Initially, a bookmark displays the page that was in view when you created the bookmark,
which is the bookmark's destination. Although you can set bookmark destinations as you
create each bookmark, it is sometimes easier to create a group of bookmarks, and then set
the destinations later. Once you've created a bookmark, you can change its text,
destination, or action type. You can also change the appearance of a bookmark to draw
attention to it.
To change a bookmark's name or appearance:
Do any of the following:
Select the bookmark in the Bookmarks tab, choose Rename Bookmark in the Options
menu, and type the new bookmark name.
Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Mac OS) the bookmark in the Bookmarks tab,
and choose Rename.
If necessary, choose View > Toolbars > Properties Bar to open the Properties toolbar.
Then select the bookmark, and change the color and type style.
Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Mac OS) the bookmark, and select Properties. In
the Appearance tab, change the color and style of the text.
To change the font size, choose small, medium, or large for Text Size from the Options
Set a bookmark's appearance in the Bookmark Properties dialog box.
To edit a bookmark's destination:
1. Click the Bookmarks tab, and select the bookmark.
2. In the document pane, move to the location you want to specify as the new destination.
3. If necessary, adjust the view magnification.
4. Choose Set Bookmark Destination in the Options menu.
To delete a bookmark:
1. Click the Bookmarks tab, and select the bookmark or range of bookmarks you want to
2. Choose Delete Bookmark(s) in the Options menu.
Important: Deleting a bookmark deletes any bookmarks that are subordinate to it.
Deleting a bookmark does not delete any document text.
To wrap long bookmarks:
Click the Bookmarks tab, and choose Wrap Long Bookmarks from the Options menu. All
the text of long bookmarks shows regardless of the width of the navigation pane. (This
option is on when checked, and off when not checked.)