[PDF Editor : Mac] How to add Bookmarks to a PDF file on Mac?
Bookmark is very useful for viewing a large document. It can help you quickly jump to the desired section or information that you want. When you are reading a book, you can tag the position within a page and go back to it later. For readers, bookmark makes their reading more simple and efficient.
In PDF file, bookmark is an interactive index that can instantly transport the reader to certain pages. If you want to add bookmarks to PDF files, PDF Editor for Mac can help you a lot. With the program, you can insert bookmarks in PDF files easily as you like. Besides, annotating and editing functions are also available.
How to add Bookmarks to a PDF file on Mac?
When you open the PDF file with PDF Editor for Mac, go to the page where you want to set a bookmark in PDF file. Then click "Edit--> Bookmark--> Add Bookmark" option from menu, you can see the new bookmark listed in sidebar.
- Delete the bookmark
Click on the bookmark in sidebar to select it, then press "Delete" key.
- Rename the bookmark
Double click on the bookmark in sidebar, then rename it.
- Show the bookmarks list
Next time you open the PDF file, you can find the bookmarks list by clicking the second square-square icon in sidebar and choose "Bookmarks" option.
After adding a bookmark, remember to save the changes from "File -> Save" menu. In case of overwriting the source PDF file, you can choose "File -> Save As..." option from menu bar instead. You will see the PDF bookmarks whenever you open a PDF file in "Preview".
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