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Adobe Acrobat 8 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual Quickstart Guide by John Deubert

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10. Adding Simple Navigation Features

If your PDF document is intended to be read onscreen, you’ll make life much easier for your reader if you provide some minimal tools for navigating the document. The easiest—and most consistently useful—navigation tools you can add to your document are bookmarks, links, and articles. These are the topics of this chapter.

Adding Bookmarks to a Document

Bookmarks constitute a clickable table of contents that reside in the Bookmarks navigation pane (Figure 10.1). Clicking a bookmark takes you to the corresponding view within the document.

Figure 10.1. Bookmarks make up a clickable table of contents that resides in the Bookmarks pane.

A view in Acrobat terminology is a combination of a page, a position on that ...

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