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Topic: Dog-earing feature?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 138081
From: zolaar
Date: 8/17/2005 02:32 PM

Hi, I'm a long-time user of Reader, but I've recently found myself using it more and more for on-screen viewing of large pdf documents. Things like technical manuals, white papers, etc. I'm wondering if there's something similar to a "dog-earing" function, where I say "Hey, I'm going to jump to a different place in the document (via bookmark, or whatever), but I don't want to lose my *current* place." If it were a paper book, I'd simply hold a finger in the spot, or use a piece of paper as a temp bookmark, or (as in the subject title) fold the top corner of the page down - also known as "dog-earing" for those who don't know.

Anything like this available?


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