Creating PDF named destinations manually in Acrobat® is a bit more tricky than creating PDF bookmarks. Creating PDF bookmarks is relatively easy—just go to the page you'd like to bookmark, select text and press Ctrl-B (Command-B under Mac) and the new bookmark will appear in the Bookmark Tab. Destinations window is hidden by default. To display it, check Navigation Panels - Destinations from Adobe Acrobat View menu, or just right click on the Navigation Panel as shown in the picture below.
To create a named destination, go to the page you'd like to put the reference in. Then, click on the "New Destination" icon. The new destination will appear in the list with the default label of "Untitled". To rename a destination, select it and right-click, then choose Rename and type a descriptive label.
You can choose not only the page number and description, but in what view the user will see that page. Use the Zoom toolbar to set the view you'd like the user to see. You can choose Actual Size, Fit Height, Fit Width, or choose a specific percentage of zoom using the Zoom In and Zoom Out buttons or the percentage pulldown menu.
You can set bookmarks to use named destinations. To specify a named destination:
PDF Destinator Acrobat plug-in is available for Microsoft Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8) and Mac OS X (from 10.4).
Full version of Adobe Acrobat® (8, 9, X, XI) is required. The Plug-in will not work with free Adobe Acrobat® Reader.
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