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Illustrating a way to save the state of PDF bookmarks in Adobe Acrobat

I described how you can save a state of PDF bookmarks in a previous post. It is useful when you want to change the default expanded or collapsed state of the bookmarks. Below is a quick illustration of the trick, using Acrobat X.

Or watch it on YouTube here.

Read more about PDF bookmarks in Acrobat documentation here.

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One thought on “Illustrating a way to save the state of PDF bookmarks in Adobe Acrobat

  1. I just realized a much quicker way to do this!

    Change the bookmarks’ expansion, annotate the PDF file, and save it. That’s it.

    If you do not wish any annotations showing up, then delete it and again save the PDF file.

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