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Adobe Acrobat 8 How-Tos: 125 Essential Techniques by Donna L. Baker

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Chapter Fourteen. Controlling Navigation Using Links and Bookmarks

A full-featured PDF document more closely resembles a Web site than an ordinary printed document. You expect a Web site to come complete with a system of links that allows you to click through the site to find information: Acrobat offers a similar system of hyperlinking using links and bookmarks. (Buttons, described in Chapter 13, can be used for the same purposes as links and bookmarks.)

You can easily embed links into your PDFs to make them interactive. Bookmarks are text links arranged in a list in the Bookmarks panel, and they are one of Acrobat’s most powerful features for creating user-centric documents.

Bookmarks provide orientation for your document and are invaluable ...

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