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Zuluzilkree This content has been marked as final. Click in the topic where you want to insert a named destination e. Click named destinations in the pane to move to their location in the document. Making sure that the links are connected to the right places in your PDF is very important for usability and navigation. I have the same question Show 0 Likes 0. In the Links section, select Named Destination.

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Edit Answer for another 1 minute Thanks for reply but not sure it addressed the issue. But when I print to the Adobe printer, then book marks are not supported. Alternatively, when I use the Adobe Acrobut plug-in that is added to the Word Ribbon to create the PDF, then the book marks are created from Heading fields but the named destinations are not.

So it appears Adobe PDF creation does half the job using one function and the other half using another function - I cannot combine both actions. I would have thought the plug-on would do both and make life so much easier for people who need to produce technical documents. I have been following countless threads on this discussion in a variety of forums and what would appear to be be a basic issue seams to be unable to be resolved easily.

Steve Knyn Edit Answer for another 0 minute Did you ever figure out a workaround that would allow you to use both Named Destinations and links to bookmarks? I have this same need. You can spot them by their negative-thinking caps. Sam Kimery Edit Answer for another minute An argument that confuses salt with sugar. The use of pdfmarks is a process that has existed since the advent of PostScript. That is not at all the same process as the much newer process used by PDFMaker.

Two different "tools", two different "processes". To understand more a good starting point is the Acrobat SDK. Be well

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More time passes, more changes are made, and you are testing and re-linking yet again. Create a named destination Adobe Community Please type your message and try again. Click the Set option tick icon to change the location of an existing named destination to the current view. Thanks for your crrate. Click the New button, or choose New Destination from the Options menu; in the resulting text field, type a name for the destination.

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CREATE NAMEDDEST PDF

Edit Answer for another 1 minute Thanks for reply but not sure it addressed the issue. But when I print to the Adobe printer, then book marks are not supported. Alternatively, when I use the Adobe Acrobut plug-in that is added to the Word Ribbon to create the PDF, then the book marks are created from Heading fields but the named destinations are not. So it appears Adobe PDF creation does half the job using one function and the other half using another function - I cannot combine both actions. I would have thought the plug-on would do both and make life so much easier for people who need to produce technical documents.

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This option lets you nameddwst for a file within your project. Adobe Acrobat Pro 11 has a dead-link checker built in as dreate, which will highlight all dead links on a page. Documents authored in LibreOffice could be used too, of course. The selected text is then added to a specific form field. Working with named destination Get help Ask the community.

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It looks familiar but not what I remember reading in the user guide. In the target document, double-click the desired destination in the Destinations panel. If you have similar headings within different files, such as descriptions of products or parts, use a combination of names. Ribbon Select the Insert createe. And I still have a hard time to believe that I have to build a balanced tree in order to get my named destinations.

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