How to Add Bookmark to PDF Files
It is very useful to add bookmarks to PDF files, especially technical documents, instruction manuals, and eBooks. After you add bookmarks to a PDF file, you can access to a specific part of a PDF file easily and efficiently. Below we’re going to talk about how to add bookmark to PDF files in Mac OS X Mountain Lion and Windows 7.
Well, to add bookmarks to a PDF file, a PDF application is needed. There are several PDF apps on the Internet. However, take all elements of reading a PDF file: reading modes, annotation tools and searching into consideration, you should select a professional one. Here you can have my recommendation: Wondershare PDF Editor (for Windows) or Wondershare PDF Editor for Mac. It is more than a PDF editing tool, but also a powerful PDF reader with which you can create bookmarks.
Put first thing first. Download the PDF tool with which you will add bookmarks to PDF files. Both Mac and Windows versions are all available. Please download the right version for your computer. And then install it on your computer.
Add Bookmark to PDF files in Mac OS X and Windows 7
Launch the PDF tool. On Mac, click the little settings button on the right corner of the main interface. Click Add Bookmark to add a bookmark to the current PDF page. And then you should click the bookmark to rename it. Please use a name that makes sense. Add the added bookmarks will be displayed on the right side of the main interface. If you want to delete the bookmark, click to select the bookmark and click Delete Bookmark.
On Windows PDF tool, move your mouse to the current page to which you want to add bookmark. Control click to select Insert Bookmark. And then you will see a new bookmark is added to the current PDF page. All added bookmarks are all displayed on the left side of the main interface. Rename the newly added bookmark.
This is how to add bookmark to a PDF file. It is very easy. After creating bookmarks in PDF files, you can click the bookmarks to transport to certain chapters, sections, and pages.
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