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Lesson 4. Creating Navigational Structures

Lesson 4. Creating Navigational Structures

Acrobat includes several features that let you organize and navigate a document from an overview perspective. Bookmarks represent headings that link to their corresponding sections in the document, thumbnails let you preview the contents of and navigate each page, and articles let you follow a thread of information that spans more than one column on a page or across pages.

In this lesson, you'll learn how to do the following:

  • Create bookmarks that link to specific views in a document.

  • Use thumbnails to navigate through a document.

  • Use thumbnails to change the magnification level and viewed area.

  • Create a link that jumps to a different PDF document.

  • Replace a page with another page from a different PDF document.

  • Follow an article thread.


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