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Topic: Bookmarks get mixed up
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 161341
From: Kaori
Date: 7/23/2007 12:38 PM


i have the following problem with Adobe Acrobat Professional 6.0:

I have created a PDF File and have added some bookmarks. After saving, closing and reopening the file some bookmarks are mixed up.

This happen always with the same bookmarks and these are always moved to the same (wrong) location.

How can I do that the bookmarks stay at the location where I have moved them?

I'll explain a littlebit more detailed:

In my document I have the Topic 6.2 . This Topic contain 2 pages; 060201 and 060202.

I've set the bookmarks like this:
- 6.2
-- 060201
-- 060202

After saving, closing and reopening the document the two bookmarks are always changed:
- 6.2
-- 060202
-- 060201

The pages in the PDF document are still correct (first page 060201 and then page 060202). Only the bookmarks get mixed up.

Anybody know the cause for this problem ?

Thanks for any help!


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