Bookmarks can be created using a script, but you'll need to clarify what you mean by "automatically". Should the bookmark structure in each file be exactly the same? If so, it's relatively simple. If not, that becomes a much more complex task...
This option will come active when you add tags to the document.
The bookmark structure should just reflect a hierarchical structure. If this is meant with "exactly the same structure", the answer is "yes".
I've got headings and subheadings and wish to generate bookmarks out of them.
Manually means: marking each heading, subheading, sub-subheading and define it as new bookmark individually.
Automatically means: letting the marking and generating done by computer.
Scripting: is not yet my playground. But let's have a try.
Edit: "adding tags" > how is this done? Can it be done automatically?
In the navigation panel "Tags" use "Add Tags to Document".
It doesn't sound like it's going to be exactly the same in each file... By "exactly the same" I mean it contains the same bookmarks, in the same order, pointing to the same page number, in each of the files.
Adding tags: possible, but ...
I tried it.
The result: Every paragraph is tagged with <p>, sometimes even nested.
Sorry to say, but in this case creates the tagging only nonsense.
@try67: it is not exactly the same in each file.
So, I'd like to handle each file for its own and generate bookmarks for it.
How could I accomplish it?
There's no simple answer to that question. It might be possible using a script, but you will need to define very clearly based on what the bookmarks should be created. If you wish I'm happy to look at some sample files and let you know if I think it's doable, and if so, how much it will cost. You can send them to me to try6767 at gmail.com.