I'm using Adobe Reader 9. Is there a way to bookmark places in a document?
For example, Iset a couple of favourite bookmarks, then when I subsequently return to the document I can go straight to any of my bookmarked positions in the document.
Most answers that Adobe gives is that it's rights not too is the right answer. However, there are too many doors open to allowing bookmarking EVERY PDF that is found in the Adobe DC program. I guess reading a copy that is permanently yours to have and to hold is one thing; but to alter data that belongs to another is not one thing. PDF's should come with security passwords. I don't know too much about legal matters, but this is what I'm thinking.
No, Adobe Reader cannot add, modify or remove PDF Bookmarks.
For that you use Acrobat.
The currently available release of Acrobat is Acrobat DC.
A free, 30-day trial of Acrobat Pro DC is available from Adobe