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>Which brings me to the problem. One of the PDFs was
>created from a Word file that no longer exists. During
>the examination of one of my PDFs, they noticed that I
>had incorporated bookmarks and they liked them.
>Unfortunately, their PDFs weren't created with
>So, my boss asked me if I could create bookmarks for
>one or two of their existing PDFs and for the life of
>me, I cannot find the capability within Exchange to
>mark text for bookmarks.
>BTW...I'm using version Excahnge, v3.01
Aha -- I get to give back, because I asked that very question about a year
In Acrobat Exchange, use the text selection tool to select the text you
want bookmarked, and click Ctrl-B. That will make a bookmark in the left
column. Once you have the bookmark, you can type in the name of it (in
theory the selected text will become the name, but that seldom works for
me), and you can promote and demote bookmark levels.
"UNIX is user friendly. It's just selective about who its friends are."
bjf -at- wavefront -dot- com