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marking place in pdfs


Justin Williams
 

How do I mark a place in a pdf when I'm finished reading it for the day. Is
there a way, say for example of the pdf in question is 445 pages? Or do I
just have to memorize where I was and find it with jawas fine?


Mike B. <mike9902@...>
 

Hi Justin,
 
If you don't find a way to mark where you left off, try the following:
1. Open the PDF file and press Alt + E for the edit menu.
2. Arrow up / down to Accessibility submenu, press enter and arrow up / down to, Setup Assistant..., and press enter.
3. You'll now be on a screen that says, Set all accessibility options radio button checked, 3 of 3.  Arrow up to, Set options for screen readers radio button checked 1 of 3.
4. Tab to the, Next button, press the spacebar and you'll hear Accessibility Setup screen 2 of 4.  Tab to the, Next button, press the spacebar and you'll hear, screen 3 of 4.  Tab to the, Next button, press the spacebar and you'll be on screen 4 of 4 and this is the screen you want to make a change on.
5. Tab a couple of times to, Reopen documents to the last viewed page, check box not checked, and check this box with the spacebar.  Now tab to the, Done button, and press enter to save and close.
HTH
Take care.  Mike.  Go Dodgers!
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Subject: [jaws-users] marking place in pdfs

How do I mark a place in a pdf when I'm finished reading it for the day.  Is
there a way, say for example of the pdf in question is 445 pages?  Or do I
just have to memorize where I was and find it with jawas fine?