A PDF bookmark is created in Adobe Acrobat and is used to link to a particular page or section of content in the document. Bookmarks are essentially a way to form a table of contents in a PDF and they can be set up as a hierarchy. In Acrobat, you can print PDF pages directly from the Bookmarks panel. When you print a particular bookmark, the printed pages will include all the pages in the bookmarked section.
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Things you need
- Adobe Acrobat
- Printer paper
Connect your printer to your computer and feed the printer with paper.
Open a PDF document containing bookmarks in Adobe Acrobat.
Click the "View" menu. Select "Navigation Panels," then "Bookmarks" to open the Bookmarks panel on the left hand side.
Select a bookmark that you want to print. To print more than one bookmark, press "Ctrl" while selecting multiple bookmarks.
Right-click the selection. Click "Print Page(s)." This will bring up the Print dialogue box.
Select your installed printer. Choose any other printing options you need, such as number of copies. Click "Print" and await your printed bookmarks.
Tips and warnings
- Bookmarks are also created using the Bookmarks panel. To form a new bookmark in a PDF document, click the "Select" tool from the Acrobat toolbar. Highlight a section of text in the document that you want the bookmark to jump to. If you want to jump to the top of a particular page, highlight the first word or phrase on the page. Open the Bookmarks panel and click "Options. Then click "New Bookmark." Type a label for the new bookmark in the entry created.
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