PDFpen 9.1 Adds Bookmarks and More
Versions 9.1 of both PDFpen and PDFpenPro, released on 26 July 2017, add several new conveniences in addition to the usual bug fixes and performance improvements.
Bookmarks have been added to PDFpen’s bag of tricks. You can set bookmarks on any page in your PDF so you can quickly go to the bookmarked page later. Choose Edit > Bookmarks > Add Bookmark. The bookmark is added to the first page that appears in the PDFpen window; that is, if the bottom of page 23 and the top of page 24 both appear in the window, the bookmark is associated with page 23.
To go to a bookmark, choose choose View > Table of Contents. The bookmarks appear at the top of the Table of Contents sidebar and are named for the page with which they are associated. Click a bookmark to go to its page. To delete a bookmark, select it in the sidebar and then choose Edit > Bookmarks > Remove Entry.
Although bookmarks by default are named for the page with which they are associated, owners of PDFpenPro can rename individual bookmarks in the Table of Contents to provide reminders of why those pages have been bookmarked.
The latest versions of PDFpen and PDFpenPro also remember the location of each PDF document window on the screen so it will appear in the same place when you open the document again. This is especially useful when you are working on multiple documents at a time and have carefully arranged your windows. You need do nothing to use this feature: it happens automatically.
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