How Can I Create Tabs In A PDF That Look Like File Folder Tabs And?

Upload and start working with your PDF documents.
No downloads required

How To Create PDF Online?

Upload & Edit Your PDF Document
Save, Download, Print, and Share
Sign & Make It Legally Binding

Easy-to-use PDF software

review-platform review-platform review-platform review-platform review-platform

How can I create tabs in a PDF that look like file folder tabs and link to sections within the same PDF?

As I’ve previously wondered if this was possible, your question spurred me to do a bit of research and so discovered one way of doing it using Firefox with its built-in PDF viewer (but I’m sure there are other ways). My results have only been tested on Linux but the method should work similarly on other operating systems. There doesn’t appear to to be a way of opening a PDF document to a specific ‘Bookmark’, instead the Create Fillable Form method involves creating ‘Named Destinations’ in the PDF document, then calling them with an opening argument, like so.file.///filename.pdf#nameddest=YourNamedDestination You can also open the PDF on a specific page.http.//file.///filename.pdf#page=pagenumber As Create Fillable Form DC and Xchange Editor both have a tabbed appearance, you could create shortcuts/file-links for each NamedDestination or PageNumber in the document and open each one individually, or use Bookmarks/URL’s in Firefox or another browser. So how to create ‘Named Destinations’? I do not have access to Create Fillable Form Pro so looked around to see if there was any free software available and discovered that I already had the means using PDF Xchange Editor Free Edition (which is “free for private and commercial use”). A link to the instructions for creating ‘Named destinations’ are in the references below. I tried it and it worked fine for opening the same document to different places in different tabs on Firefox. References.Parameters for opening PDF files document.Create Fillable Form How do I create a new Named Destination using the PDF-XChange Viewer.

Customers love our service for intuitive functionality



46 votes

Create PDF: All You Need to Know

When using the Open-Xchange Viewer, the document is opened in Interview (if any) and the Named Destination is created as a PDF Document in the Viewer. Then, a PDF Document can be opened in the appropriate tab. The Named Destinations' parameter of the Open-Xchange Viewer is: Parameter Name Value Description Name PDF document title. This is the name of the PDF Document. Renumber Page. The number of the tab to open this Named Destination. Creating Named Destinations The Create Fillable Form method is only available if you are the owner of PDF Change Editor. I have not been able to figure out a way to make this available to everyone but if you are the owner and are willing to help out with this, please email me. I just want to stress again that it is important for you to ensure that this method is NOT being used with any other PDF document,.

What Our Customers Say

Deborah W.
Deborah W.
I corrected a mistake in my form and replaced it with the right information. It took a few minutes only! Thanks a lot!
James S.
James S.
The process of PDF correction has never been so easy. I’ve managed to create a new document faster than ever before!
William G.
William G.
It was really easy to fill out my PDF document and add a signature to it! This is a great service! I recommend it to you!
Denis B.
Denis B.
I edited the document with my mobile phone. It was fast and, as a result, I’ve got a professional-looking document.

Supporting Forms

Submit important papers on the go with the number one online document management solution. Use our web-based app to edit your PDFs without effort. We provide our customers with an array of up-to-date tools accessible from any Internet-connected device. Upload your PDF document to the editor. Browse for a file on your device or add it from an online location. Insert text, images, fillable fields, add or remove pages, sign your PDFs electronically, all without leaving your desk.