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Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 152338
From: Bo
Date: 7/19/2006 09:23 PM

Hello everybody,
I am creating a sort of library of documents using PDF as a standard.
I make document in word and add hyperlinks, then I use acrobat 5 to transform it into a pdf file.(this is to go to smaller indexes,using a sort of tree structure and going deeper)
From there I alter the hyperlinks into whatever they should be.

Now I would like to have a bookmark on every page(going back to the main index), visible in every window, on a single page.

Problem is I have by now more then 1000 pages and it takes up to 10 mouse clicks to make this bookmark.

Can I do this in a different way, is there a permanent visible navigator that I can use or can anybody write me a Dos? program that opens every pdf file, alters it the way I described and then close and save it?

Thanks for any advice

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