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Default Bookmarks to be opened when exporting to PDF

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I'm using SSRS 2008 R2 and eCopy PDF Pro Office 6.1

When a report with bookmarks is rendered in a PDF format the user has to first click on the bookmarks icon to be able to see the bookmarks pane and be able to navigate through the report.

Is it possible to default that the pane with the bookmarks is automatically on display when the user opens the report?

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Not if the user is opening it in the Acrobat Reader (free version). If you're opening it in the full version, Acrobat, then you can adjust a setting in there, but not in the PDF itself.

File -> Properties -> Initial View -> Layout and Navigation -> Navigation (tab) -> "Bookmarks panel and page"
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