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Chapter THIRTEEN. Bookmarking a Document > TIP 110: Applying Actions to Bookmar...

TIP 110: Applying Actions to Bookmarks

Bookmarks are used most often to control navigation in a document—they basically function as an interactive table of contents. But that's not all you can do with bookmarks. As with links and buttons, you can apply a wide variety of actions to bookmarks.

Bookmarking an Image

You don't have to stick with boring old text to define a bookmark location—you can use an image as a bookmark location instead. Click the Select tool on the Basic toolbar. Then, click an image or draw a marquee around a portion of an image on your document. Right-click/Control-click the image and choose Add Bookmark. A new bookmark named Untitled appears at the bottom of the list (or below a selected bookmark). The “Untitled” label is active; click to delete the label and type a name for the bookmark.



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