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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. The labels are marked as MS-Word bookmarks in the source document. Unfortunately, the PDF viewer in the web browser scrolls to the proper section only in the Google Chrome. Is there any way to make it work at least in Chrome and FireFox? I'm even able to mark my "labels" another way than using MS Word bookmarks.

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By adding a named destination, you can open the PDF with the desired location and magnification. The following link example shows how to open a PDF document with named destination in a web page. You can add, remove and modify the named destination using PdfNamedDestination class. The following code example shows how to add named destination in an existing PDF document using the PdfNamedDestination class. The following code snippet illustrates the same. The following code example shows how to add named destination to the Bookmarks in the PDF document.

Take a look at our next generation Bold Reporting Tools. Learn more. File Formats. Support Forum Download '. There is no way to escape these special characters. The following code example shows how to add named destination in a new PDF document. DrawString "Hello World!! Helvetica , 10 , PdfBrushes. Save "Output. Close true ;. Add 'Create an instance for named destination.

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Return to Spire. How to create Named Destination? Sun Mar 18, pm Hello, can you please tell me, how can I create a named destination inside my generated pdf? I need to be able to open the pdf at a specific named destination from URL or command line, e. I didn't find any related information or class, so I tried it by creating PdfBookmark and PdfNamedAction, bookmark works but no luck with opening the document at the destination.

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Creating PDF Named Destinations

By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. It only takes a minute to sign up. In Acrobat acroread the corresponding command is documentation. In the past, mainly for Acrobat I used the zref-savepos package to open the document at a desired location set at compilation. This doesn't seem to work well with Evince. The question is not so much about Evince but what is that Evince calls "named destination" and how to produce them.

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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.

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