Outlines or table of contents (TOC) are a digital map of your PDF. They quickly guide you through the thorns of pages to the most important part of the file. So if you work with large books or documents, make sure that your PDF Editor deals with it.
When you're navigating through the 300 page book or report, endless scrolling is not what you need. It is much easier to switch between handy outlines. They remind you the content of the paragraph and can be found with a single click.
First, you have to decide what application to use. We consider PDF Expert (what a surprise! :-) as the best tool for it. Seriously, outlines is the feature that few editors can do.
There are 2 simple ways how to create table of contents in PDF Expert.
PDF Expert outlines are flexible. It means that you can rename, change the destination and even rotate them. Right click on your outline and voila!
Sometimes, an interesting part of a book consists of several paragraphs. You can transform every paragraph into sub-items for a particular chapter. It can help you to keep your sidebar clean. Use simple drag-and-drop to do that.
Here are a few tips on how to add TOC effectively.
Using these hints and the best PDF Editor = PDF Expert, you can simplify your PDF routine. You are welcome to get a free 7 days trial to check PDF Expert out. Please don't hesitate to let us know what you think.