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Chapter 43. Understanding Menus and Opti... > USING THE NAVIGATION PANE

USING THE NAVIGATION PANE

Another important feature of Acrobat's interface is the Navigation pane. The Navigation pane is normally hidden on the left side of the Acrobat document window, but you can make it visible by pulling the discrete handle on the edge of the screen. The Navigation pane is divided in two sections. The top section gives you access to the tabs Bookmarks, Signatures, and Pages, providing an easy way to navigate a PDF. (The Navigation pane is also available in the free Adobe Reader.) The bottom section of the Navigation pane, when opened, spans the entire bottom of the Acrobat document window and contains the tabs Attachments and Comments. These tabs allow you to keep track of external files attached to a PDF file (yes, you can attach files) and of comments made to the PDF file during collaboration sessions.

The Bookmarks Tab

The Bookmarks tab displays a list of bookmarked pages in a PDF document. Adding bookmarks to long documents' chapters or sections, for example, allows for faster browsing (see Figure 43.2).


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