Destinations take a bit of time to set up, but save time in the long run in certain steps show how to configure a link using a named destination. To create bookmarks. Click the Set bookmarks to be transferred from Word documents during PDF creation. Click Edit and choose Use Named Destination. I’m trying to add a named destination to an existing PDF using iTextSharp, but the example code I’ve found online has not worked (the original example is in.
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In Acrobat acroread the corresponding command is documentation. In the past, mainly for Acrobat I used the zref-savepos package to open the document at a desired location set at compilation.
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This doesn’t seem to work well with Evince. The question is not so much about Evince but what is that Evince calls “named destination” and how to produce them. This works at least ard my evince version 3.
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According to the Evince help, one can open a PDF at the location of a “named destination”: Below it is a series of attempts I made. When running Evince I get the following messages: Christian Hupfer k 14 I though I needed naemddest bookmark or something like that. By coincidence I also added the command line for acroread.
It is a pitty that Evince and Acrobat don’t have consistent command-line syntax. Do you know if the target can be used for the pdfstartview option in hyperref?
In this case, you need the bookmark package however — Regarding evince and acroread Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook.