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Internal Links / Returning to Jump Point

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Aug 22, 2020

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So, I have figured out how to set links within a PDF so that if I refer on page 1 to page 47 in the document, the link will go to Page 47. However, I haven't figured out an easy way to go back to the initial jump point, i.e., Page 1.  On a web page, you would simply hit the back button to get back to the page that you jumped from.  Is there a similar option with Adobe?  

 

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Internal Links / Returning to Jump Point

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So, I have figured out how to set links within a PDF so that if I refer on page 1 to page 47 in the document, the link will go to Page 47. However, I haven't figured out an easy way to go back to the initial jump point, i.e., Page 1.  On a web page, you would simply hit the back button to get back to the page that you jumped from.  Is there a similar option with Adobe?  

 

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Aug 22, 2020

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Perhaps you could work with some of these?

 

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Thanks. I guess I can use that just fine for myself.  However, I would prefer something more intuitive when I send a large document to to someone else, if there is such an option.  

 

I'm an attorney and often submit large documents with multiple exhibits to judges. I would hope there is an option other than what you listed, to simply return to a starting point. 

 

 

-Mark 

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Create a button and as its MouseUp event select "Execute a menu Item" and then select "View > Page Navigation > Previous View" from the list.

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(Try, you beat me to it!)

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Thank you.

 

I'll try it.

 

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