How to add bookmarks within Adobe to automatically publish as a table of contents within DCatalog.

How to add bookmarks within Adobe to automatically publish as a table of contents within DCatalog.

Here is how to add a bookmark to PDF files using the bookmarks panel:



1. Open the PDF.
2. Access the Bookmarks panel in a PDF editor like Acrobat by clicking the Bookmarks button.
3. Scroll to the page you want to bookmark.
4. Use the Select tool.
5. Choose the area where you want it placed.
6. The bookmark is added to the list.

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