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Subject:Re: Adobe Acrobat Bookmarks From:"BAKER.D.M-" <BAKER -dot- D -dot- M- -at- POSTAL -dot- ESSD -dot- NORTHGRUM -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 9 Feb 1998 11:22:11 -0500
There are several plug-in products available that will facilitate the
creation of bookmarks. Check out Compose 3.3 (by Ambia
www.ambia.com/compose/) at $495.00 or QuickLinx by Digidox
(www.digidox.com/html/products/quicklinx.htm) at $495.00. Both
products offer more than just bookmarking (and at that price it's a
good thing!), so check out the web sites. I wished that I could
personally recommend one of the products, but I am waiting until we
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Subject: Adobe Acrobat Bookmarks
Author: stwarren -at- EUR -dot- KO -dot- COM at BALT.SMTP
Date: 2/9/98 3:43 PM
In Adobe Acrobat, we manually insert our bookmarks after turning our
documentation into a pdf file. I hear there is a way to automatically have
the bookmarks created via your word toc. Does anyone know how to do this?