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Want to know if there is a process/script that would create ‘Sub Bookmarks’ within ‘Bookmarks’ in PDF files.

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Want to know if there is a process/script that would create ‘Sub Bookmarks’ within ‘Bookmarks’ in PDF files.

We can create bookamrks by doing a PDF Combine on certain number of PDF's but cannot think of a way to have Sub Bookmarks
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You should be able to do all of that if you have Adobe Acrobat.  Not the free reader but the editor .

Just a heads up as of most recent Amazon Ebook software will not work with Adobe PDF files
from the time of the last update. You must move the .PDF files out of any ebooks(My Kindle Content)
 folder






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I do have Acrobat Pro but don't know how this can be automated rather than manual excercise.

Would you mind putting in where to find the process under.
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