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I actually purchased an add-on product from Ambia Corp to make bookmarks for
me. Although the price is @ $450-500.00, it was worth it to my company
because manually creating bookmarks was causing shooting pains up my arm (so
much so that I couldn't grip a steering wheel to drive home). Now we have
this awesome product called Compose that does it all for me in about 1
minute. Compose also includes a tool for merging a number of smaller pdf
files into one large file and other features I haven't even checked out yet.
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?
Sheila R. Marshall, sheila -at- stk -dot- com
Analytical Graphics, Inc.
325 Technology Drive
Malvern, PA 19355
610-578-1118, FAX: 610-578-1001