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(); //Create an instance for named destination. PdfNamedDestination destination = new PdfNamedDestination(“TOC”); ation = new. A named destination in a PDF is similar to a bookmark in other document formats. So how do we create a PDF with named destinations without the additional. In my point of view, it’s sufficient to set a \hypertarget{destname}{} and use the destname as argument to the evince –named-dest option. This works at least in.

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It is the same as linking to any namwddest. The first step is the same as the normal linking process, just copying the link.


Linking to a destination within PDF in a webpage Linking to a destination nameddezt essentially the same principle but involves a few more steps and setting up. First up, you’ll need to create the destination.


Manually navigate through the PDF for the desired location, and magnification. Move your curser to the right of the PDF, in the navigation pane.

This will open the Destinations pane. Make sure that the name does not have any spaces as it makes it easier to link to afterwards. So, if your PDF has a named destination, “TOC”, that points to a table of contents, then your link code will look like this:.

Creating Named Destinations

Making sure that the links are connected to the right places in your PDF is very important for usability and navigation. Adobe Acrobat Pro 11 has a dead-link checker built in as standard, which will highlight all dead links on a page.

In addition to that nsmeddest can be generated on all links and bookmarks to find any broken link actions in the current PDF. Over functions and an equally The ultimate plug-in for Adobe Acrobat.

Advanced splitting, merging, stamping, bookmarking, and link control.


Choose your Destination

Take Acrobat to the next level. OK, so you want to stamp your document.

Maybe you need to namevdest reviewers some advice about the document’s status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments. Open Publish Back to the future! Control versus convenience with eBooks Raising the bar.