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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We will rectify this as soon as possible! It is the same as linking to any webpage.

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There are two ways to approach using destinations. Did you know they existed? Please enter a title. Make sure that the name does not have any spaces as it makes it easier to link to afterwards. Sign up using Email and Password. You should not expect linking to a NamedDest to work in most cases, though. Did you get your code to work? hlw

Below it is a series of attempts I made. In the target document, double-click the desired destination in the Destinations panel.

I solved the problem with changing to iTextSharp 7. Save stream ; stream. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Support for a single desktop browser in a world of tablets seems a bit myopic. Control versus convenience with eBooks Raising the bar.

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You are probably not using a recent version of iText. A word of caution: When linking to locations within a PDF, we were limited to targeting a page number with a link of this form:.


Below is the code I’m using, New Text Document. Post as a guest Name. Consider using topic names, or base the destination on the heading names, as is common practice with simple bookmarks.

You set up a complex document, linking content from a number of files and locations together. Destinations can be used in the same document you intend to use for linking, or in a target document. This doesn’t seem to work well with Evince. Am I doing something wrong? The following code snippet illustrates the same. Click the Options menu on the Destinations panel and click Name to sort the list alphabetically Figure 7.

Stop making extra work for yourself—set up destinations in your documents once, and forget about them. When you open the Destinations panel, the document is automatically scanned and all named destinations are listed in the panel. Do you know if the target can be used for the pdfstartview option in hyperref? Client has document with s of named destinations and that many documents referencing them 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.

Add “TOC” ‘Assign the named destination to the bookmark bookmark. No, Named Destinations are not something that is called something different on the UI. In Acrobat acroread the corresponding command is documentation. When the project includes dozens of destinations, Acrobat 8 lets you sort the destinations for ease of access.


Linking to Pages or Destinations Within PDFs

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Sign up using Facebook. In your source document, create a link or bookmark and follow the same process as described earlier to attach the destination. If I remember correctly, I was trying to make a link in a PDF that would open another PDF at a specific page, but I was go to do it by changing some of the attributes on a regular hyperlink. More time passes, nameddestt changes are made, and you are testing and re-linking yet again.

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Working with Named Destination

You can check the details of the destination. The following link example shows how to open a PDF document with named destination in a web page. In order to set destinations, save a copy of the file without the extended features. I was fortunate enough to find a third party viewer that works and could easily be replaced if Adobe decides to support their own technology. It is a pitty that Evince and Acrobat don’t have consistent command-line syntax.

Sign up using Email and Password. NamedDestinationCollection ‘Remove the named destination by title destinationCollection. When running Evince I get the following messages: Support Forum Download ‘. So how do we create a PDF with named destinations without the additional expenditure on Adobe software? Learn how to edit PDF.