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Converting bookmarks to named destinations when converting Word doc to a PDF.

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I have a Word document which I converted to a PDF.  It has many bookmarks in it and they all work in the Word doc and the PDF however I would like them to act as a named destination.  I would like to be able to use a link from a web page like:
http://server/WebSite/Document.pdf#namedest=BookMark
I have also tried:
http://server/WebSite/Document.pdf#BookMark
In both cases it just opens up to the first page of the document.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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see this link:     http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web_Development/Document_Imaging/Adobe_Acrobat/Q_21995559.html

another third party product (in addition to the product mentoned in the above link):
               http://www.evermap.com/autobookmark.asp              
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Thanks for your response.  It looks like the easiest route is to just create destinations at the same point as the bookmarks.  I tried it out on a couple of spots and it works fine.  Thanks again.
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