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Chapter THIRTEEN. Bookmarking a Document > TIP 109: Modifying Content with Tagg...

TIP 109: Modifying Content with Tagged Bookmarks

Did you know you can modify the content of your document by using tagged bookmarks? Here's the scoop: First, select a bookmark or bookmarks from the list in the Bookmarks pane. Right-click/Control-click it to open a shortcut menu (or open the pane's Options menu); you see a number of document modification commands (Figure 109). Here's what you can do:

  • Click Print Page(s) to print the pages containing the selected tag(s).

  • Click Delete Page(s) to delete the pages containing the selected tag(s). If you choose this command, you'll see a warning dialog telling you that you can't “undelete.” Click OK to proceed.

    Note

    Even though Acrobat warns you that the action isn't reversible, it actually is. No, you can't choose Edit > Undo to undo the command. But you can choose File > Revert and revert to the last-saved version of the document (tricky, eh?). A good reason to save your documents regularly!


  • Click Extract Page(s) to extract the information from the pages containing the selected tag(s) and to create a new PDF document.


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