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Chapter THIRTEEN. Bookmarking a Document

Chapter THIRTEEN. Bookmarking a Document

Bookmarks—text links arranged in a list in the Bookmarks pane—are one of Acrobat's most powerful features for creating user-centric documents. If your documents will be used electronically (that is, read using Adobe Reader or Acrobat), use bookmarks as a table of contents for your document. That way, your reader can see at a glance what is in your document by viewing the Bookmarks pane. Simply clicking a bookmark takes the reader to the bookmarked location in the document.

Bookmarks provide orientation for your document, and they are invaluable for large and complex documents. For any type of document that uses headings, from a resumé to a user's manual, bookmarks add a professional touch.


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