The TOCBuilder tool allows you to create a Table of Contents for a document. Each entry within the Table of Contents can show the appropriate page for that entry. TOCBuilder uses bookmarks found within a document to generate the Table of Contents.
Version: 1.5.5TOCBuilder is an Adobe Acrobat plug-in that allows you to:
License: Free To Try $99.00
Operating System: Windows
- Create a Table of Contents for a document.
- Use the bookmark list to provide the TOC structure
- Link the TOC entries with links identical to the targets of the bookmarks
- Use existing bookmarks or run Mapsoft BookMarker that can be used to define the bookmark list.
Each entry within the Table of Contents can show the appropriate page for that entry, (as in a traditional Table of Contents for a printed document).
In addition each entry within the Table of Contents is also linked to the actual heading within the document to which that entry relates.
Selecting that link from within the Table of Contents will cause the focus in the document to jump to the relevant text. The Table of Contents is thus a powerful tool for navigating around your document.
The Table of Contents can be hierarchical, with sub-sections being indented below higher level sections, or it can be flattened with all entries appearing at the same level.
Using options within the TOCBuilder you control the positioning and appearance of all the entries within a Table of Contents.
TOCBuilder uses bookmarks found within a document to generate the Table of Contents.
Options you specify to the TOCBuilder tool control the appearance and positioning of each different heading level within the generated Table of Contents.
The number of levels to which the Table of Contents can be nested depends on the level to which the bookmarks have been nested.
For example, if bookmarks are nested to four levels then you can set up to four different levels of entries in a Table of Contents.
Version 1.5.5: Minor bug fixes