There isn't. You should read the PDF Open Parameters reference file to see what your options are, if you haven't already.
However, remember that a bookmark is nothing more than a command for the application to do something, like go to a specific page number or to a Named Destination, both of which can be done with a command-line parameter. Can't you use one of those options instead of specifying the bookmark's name?
I read the PDF Open Parameters reference. So I tried the nameddest. I think the nameddest is a bookmark, or is this wrong?
The background is, that we have the dokumentation for our application in word. So we save the word as pdf. Each chapter is now a bookmark.
In the application we want to call the pdf and jump to the bookmark. Each frame were you can call "help" is a chapter/bookmark.
Or is there another way to do this?
A bookmark and a Named Destination are not the same. A bookmark can point to a NamedDest, but it's not identical to it. Of course, they can have the same name, and then what you tried to do would work...
To see where a bookmark is pointing to, right-click it (in Acrobat!), select Properties and go to the Actions tab. If it's pointing to a NamedDest you will see an action called "Go to a page in this document" and the name of the destionation underneath it.
To view or edit all the Named Destinations you can open the Destinations pane (again, in Acrobat. I'm not sure if this is available in Reader).
Thanks, now I understand why it does not work.
Is there a posibility to define in Word "bookmarks" which I can transfer to destinations during creating a pdf of my worddocument?