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Topic: Bookmarks for Readers
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 154069
From: Ereptor99
Date: 9/8/2006 04:42 AM

I am new to PDF and have started using it for reading digital books. I have found it strange that PDF does not seem to support a bookmark in the traditional sense of the word. I just need a way to mark my current place in the document and the only bookmark feature I can find inserts a heading on the left hand side that is difficult to find when I open the document to pick up reading where I left off. Is there an easy way to insert a placeholder or bookmark that will allow me to open up to the place I left off without having to go through the listings on the left. Thanks in advance for your help.


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