Destinations take a bit of time to set up, but save time in the long run in certain steps show how to configure a link using a named destination. To create bookmarks. Click the Set bookmarks to be transferred from Word documents during PDF creation. Click Edit and choose Use Named Destination. I’m trying to add a named destination to an existing PDF using iTextSharp, but the example code I’ve found online has not worked (the original example is in.

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Please enter a title. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. In a workflow where you use several documents, approach the task by naming destinations in the target files first, and then use the link or bookmark actions in the source document to quickly make the connections.

The following code snippet illustrates the same. Register to receive product release notifications. This doesn’t seem to work well with Evince. When the project includes dozens of destinations, Acrobat 8 lets you sort the destinations for ease of access. A related hyperlink would be of this form:. Destinations can be used in the same document you intend to dad for linking, or in a target document.


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I solved the problem with changing to iTextSharp 7. According to the Evince help, one can open a PDF at the location of a “named destination”: A related hyperlink would be of this form: Acrobat 8 Professional includes the Destination feature, used to name a linking or bookmarking location.

In previous versions of Acrobat, I thought you could set a destination in a pdf and then call it from a webpage to open the document fo go directly to the page. Create destinations based on layer visibility.

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We’ll never share your information. For adv, add links to show a building envelope, wiring, plumbing, and so on based on destinations that define groups of visible layers.

You can ask a question and get an answer from one of our experts. Email Required, but never shown. I though I needed a bookmark or something like that. The question is not so much about Evince but what is that Evince calls “named destination” and how to produce them. Support Forum Download ‘.

You can not post a blank message. To view the destinations sequentially in the document, click Page to sort the list on a page-by-page basis. When running Evince I get the following afd Making sure that the links are connected to the right places in your PDF is very important for usability and navigation.

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Email Required, but never shown. OK, so you want to stamp your document. Otherwise, the action points to the first page of the target document, rather than to your destination view.


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The Destinations feature is disabled in a file enabled with extended features for use in Adobe Reader. Create a link using the shortcut menu command. You can also use destinations to link to nakeddest. Be sure to close the target documents in Acrobat before you test your links or bookmarks. Stop making extra work for yourself—set up destinations in your documents once, and forget about them. Adobe Acrobat Pro 11 has a dead-link checker built in as standard, which will highlight all dead links on a page.

Support for a single desktop browser in a world of aed seems a bit myopic.

The destination is shown in the link actions.