Customizing the Text Appearance of a Bookmark
You can change the font style or color of a bookmark to make it easier to read.
In the Bookmarks panel, right-click the bookmark > choose Properties.
In the Bookmark Properties dialog box, click the Appearance tab, and select the font style
and color for the text.
Note: After defining a bookmark’s appearance, you can set it as bookmarks’ default property by
right-clicking the bookmark and then selecting the option of Use Current Appearance as New
Adding an Action to a Bookmark
Bookmarks can also perform actions, such as opening a file, executing a menu item, submitting a
Right-click a bookmark, and choose Properties.
In the Bookmark Properties dialog box, click Actions tab.
Choose an action from the Select Action menu and click Add, and then do the following:
Select Trigger – Specifies the user action that initiates an event: Mouse Up.
Select Action – Specifies the event that occurs when the user triggers the action: Go to a
page view, Open/execute a file, Open a web link, Show/hide a field, Execute a menu item,
Go to a page view – designate to a specific page view. You can not only designate to a
page in the current PDF, but also to the page in another PDF. Also, you may change the
current zoom setting and then set the position.
To go to a page view, choose this option, click Add button and do one of the following:
Set the position in current document – scroll the current document, go to a new
position where you want to set and click Set this position.
Set the position in another PDF document – click the Open button
on the toolbar >
select the PDF you want to set position > scroll this document and go to a position
where you want to set > click Set this position.
Note: The new PDF document should be opened in the existing window but not a new
Change the view magnification -- scroll in the current document or another document >
go to a new position where you want to set > change the magnification of the position >
click Set this position.