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I have adobe 9.  When I expand the bookmarks of the pdf file I have it lists what looks like a table of contents for the entire pdf file.  Is there a way to add the "bookmark/table of contents list" within the pdf file itself so that when I print the entire file the "bookmarks/table of contents" will print out as well?
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Yes, using batch sequences, which are available starting with Acrobat.

Open the File menu, point to Batch Processing, and click List all Bookmarks. This sequence will create a new PDF document that lists all of the bookmarks in the file. You can then print that new PDF document.

If List all Bookmarks isn't on your Batch Processing submenu, you need to copy that SEQU file from the installation CD into your C:\Program Files\Adobe\Acrobat <version number>\Acrobat\Sequences\ENU folder.
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thx  i have to run but i will give this a shot tomorrow morning
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I can't find any of the above suggestions anywhere.  There is no batch processing menu nor is there any SEQU file on the Acrobat 9.0 standard cd.  Any more help would be greatlu appreciated.
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My bad.. its on Advances instead of File menu

Click on Advanced > Document Processing > Batch Processing..
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Had to install Adobe pro but above worked
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Glad to hear it worked :)
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