Quería saber si era posible en Acrobat Pro insertar un botón para ir al índice, y que este botón aparezca de forma automática en todas las páginas.
La idea es que al estar leyendo un documento se puede ir con un solo "click" al índice sin necesidad de arrastrar la barra lateral para movernos dentro del documento.
¿esto es posible?
Yes, it is possible.
Thanks Bernd. Very helpful and precise information.
- Use a bookmark and keep the Bookmarks panel open.
- Add a button to the first page, set it to go to the desired location, then right-click it (in Prepare Form mode) and select Duplicate Across Pages to create identical copies of it on other pages of the file.
Thanks for your answer.
I thought about the first option (bookmark). But I was looking for something more visual inside the document, such as a button.
The second option looks good. But I was avoiding the Prepare Form mode, as is not really a Form. Is a very extense document of +500pages.
Is there something without going into the Prepare Form mode?
Thanks in advance.
A button is a form field. What does it matter if you turn the file into a form? You don't need to add anything else beside it...
If you really want to you can use a Link object instead of a button, but those can't be duplicated as easily. You will need to use a script to create them automatically on each page. A button is really the best option.
You can add a button at Tools > Rich Media.
It's still a form field, dosen't matter how you add it.
I know. So you can avoid the tool Prepare Form.