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Checking the Document

Once Brad created the framework for his review, he’s ready to start the review process after a quick check of the bookmarks. You can learn how to modify and reconfigure bookmarks in Chapter 2 and Bonus Chapter 1 on the book’s Web site.

Open the document in Acrobat and select the Bookmarks tab to display the Bookmarks pane. You see the bookmarks arranged in a hierarchy, nested according to their respective heading designations in Word. That is, each Heading 1 is shown as a first-level bookmark, Heading 2’s are nested within a first-level bookmark as second-level bookmarks, and so on (Figure 13.3). It isn’t necessary to include bookmarking structures in a document intended for review, but it can be a useful feature. In Brad’s project, using bookmarks lets those reviewers in particular areas quickly locate the content they want to review. The database manager, for instance, can click the database-related bookmarks to display pertinent content. Also, since Brad intends to start distributing a structured PDF document to his customers, he can show the reviewers how the bookmarks are defined, and they can add comments about the bookmarks as well.


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