PDF Bookmarks

A bookmark is a link to a certain document page or area and is similar to a hyperlink. In PixEdit®, all bookmarks are shown separately on the left side of the document, and they can be conveniently used as a table of contents. When you insert bookmarks in a document, it will make navigation easier and readers will be able to quickly find what they are looking for.

Creating and editing bookmarks

When working with scanned PDFs, PixEdit® uses OCR (optical character recognition) to give you suggestions for bookmark names. This minimizes manual typing and helps you build a table of contents in a very efficient way.

Editing bookmarks is easy and intuitive. You can use standard cut, copy and paste commands or you can use drag-and-drop. There is also unlimited undo and redo to help you if you make mistakes.

To get a feeling of how this works, take a look at the following video:

Working with scanned PDFs and bookmarks in PixEdit®

 

Highlights

  • Makes your scanned documents easier to navigate
  • Used as a table of content with hyperlinks
  • OCR helps you create bookmark names automatically