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Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 147683
Date: 3/17/2006 12:22 AM
as you may guess I am not very familiar with PDF. i use Acrobat Reader from years because most documentations over internet are spread as PDF.
here gores my question:
many documentations in PDF are files with many pages. i often cannot read all the file at once. i would like to place a bookmark on the page i just read, close the reader, then next day to click the bookmark and start reading from that page.
i did quick Acrobat Reader lookup for command-line params, in case it have a param for direct page jump. looks it does not have. i currently write the page num in a pure text file and next day see the file for which page i am currently at, then open reader and jump manually there by replacing the page num into the bottom text box.
this is not very comfortable for me.
so... is there a way in acrobat reader OR another PDF browser ( please free for personal use ) which can do that?