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Putting Bookmarks in Multi-Sheet .pdf's

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10-14-2011 08:50 AM

I have found that if you publish to single-sheet .pdf's and then combine the .pdf's into one file using Acrobat, each sheet is bookmarked using the name of the individual files for the bookmark names.  However, if you publish to a multi-sheet .pdf, no bookmarks are created.  Is there any way to create multi-sheet .pdf's in AutoCad and have bookmarks automatically inserted (hopefully using the name of the layout as the bookmark name)?

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Re: Putting Bookmarks in Multi-Sheet .pdf's

10-14-2011 11:15 AM in reply to: JackNC

>>>...using Acrobat...<<<
As you note, it's a feature of your external program that combined the individual files. No bookmarking in LT's driver to date.

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Re: Putting Bookmarks in Multi-Sheet .pdf's

10-08-2012 02:28 PM in reply to: pendean

I thought I'd bump this thread up since this would be a nice feature to have. It's not that hard to use Acrobat to create the bookmarks after the PDF is published, but would be nice to have them generated automatically.

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Re: Putting Bookmarks in Multi-Sheet .pdf's

10-09-2012 05:34 AM in reply to: mbcastle

join AUGI.COM for free, look up their wishlist, petition to get yours noticed and voted on.

this is peer support, you are just preaching to the choir here.

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