Hello, I have a pdf with 500 pg, with 100 markers created with the names and surnames that appear ...
My question is when I click on "PEREZ JUAN" goes to the page where it is, now it will be possible to "HIGHLIGHT THE PEREZ JUAN PLABRA" so that it is easier to locate where it is in the page?
looked like when I go to the "search" tool and highlights the word found
It's possible, but it would require attaching a script to each bookmark.
The problem with doing that (using a script) is that it overwrites any
existing command that's attached to it, so you would basically need to
re-do the entire bookmarks tree to achieve it. Also, the script would need
to "un-highlight" any other bookmarks, which might cause some delays in
using it. In short, I don't think it's worth the effort.
ok thank you very much, uuuuu I thought it was easier, the script can be downloaded from somewhere to show my partner that it can not be done?
The script will have to be custom-made. It's not something that exists and you can just download and install... Also, I never said it can't be done, just that it's not a simple task.
ahhhhh ok gracias por su ayuda
You will find scripts for Finding and Highlighting text, as well as many other things here:
Sorry, I think I misunderstood what you wanted to achieve. I thought you meant you wanted to highlight the bookmark itself, but reading it again I see that you want to highlight the text on the page the bookmark refers to. That's possible, too, although it will require quite a bit of setting-up, as a bookmark doesn't actually point to specific text, just to a certain view of the page.