Setting bookmarks


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Setting bookmarks

Any PDF document longer than a few pages that's meant to be read on screen, needs bookmarks, which let your reader jump directly to the section of the document they want to read, and pretty much all PDF readers can show bookmarks including Acrobat, of course, and we don't have any bookmarks in this document, so let's go make some. First, I need a Bookmarks panel, which I can find by going to the Window menu, and then choosing Bookmarks from the Interactive submenu. The Bookmarks panel is blank right now, so let's make our first bookmark. Here's what you do.

It's very complicated. Click on the button and then give it a name by typing. I will just say Front Page, and hit Enter, and that's it. I have done my bookmark. Now the bookmark will take me to whatever page is currently visible in InDesign. So let's say I want to add another bookmark on the last page of the document. Just go to last page, make sure the last page is visible and selected here, and I wil...

Setting bookmarks
Video duration: 6m 7s 8h 3m Intermediate

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Setting bookmarks provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS4 Beyond the Basics

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Design
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InDesign
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