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1:What does it mean when the text of a bookmark is bold in the Bookmarks palette menu
A1: If a bookmark's text is bold in the Bookmarks palette menu, the bookmark's destination is located on the current page of the document. To hide the location indicators of bookmark destinations, choose Show Location from the Bookmarks palette menu. (A check mark appears next to the command name when this feature is enabled.)
2:How do you create a bookmark
A2: You can create a bookmark by navigating in the document to the desired destination, choosing New Bookmark from the Bookmarks palette menu, and entering text for the bookmark's title.
3:Why are thumbnails not automatically created with a document
A3: Thumbnails are not automatically created with a document because they take up extra file space (about 3K per thumbnail).
4:Using thumbnails, how do you change the area that you are viewing? How do you change the magnification
A4: To adjust the area that you are viewing, drag a border of the page-view box inside the thumbnail. To adjust the magnification, drag the lower right corner of the page-view box to resize it.
5:If you replace a page with links on it, what happens to the links after the replacement
A5: Because links reside on a different layer from the content of a page, they are not affected when the page content is replaced. Your links will still jump to the correct destination or activate the correct action after the replacement.
6:Name two ways by which you can enter an article thread
A6: You can enter an article thread by choosing Window > Show Articles and selecting the desired article, or by using the hand tool to click inside a section of an article. When the hand tool is positioned over an article, a downward pointing arrow with a bar above it appears inside the hand pointer.


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