Turn your PDF inside out.
We've talked about creating a shortcut to a single PDF page [Hack #17] . Now let's create a complete tree of shortcuts, each representing a PDF bookmark, such as those in Figure 2-3. Organize them in folders and use the Windows File Explorer to navigate your PDF collection. It works with local and online PDF files.
Install the Shortcuts plug-in [Hack #16] and then configure your computer for local shortcuts [Hack #17] . Open a bookmarked PDF and press the button. Or, select Plug-Ins PDF Hacks Shortcuts Create Shortcuts to All Document Bookmarks. A set of shortcuts will appear in your Favorites folder. Create a new folder and move the new shortcuts to a convenient location.