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Is it possible to add your own bookmarks/tabs to a PDF file?

Is it possible to add your own bookmarks/tabs to a PDF file?

I've purchases a few e-books and love it. Some come with a massive list of bookmarks (kewl!) and some not. Regardless, is there a way i can create my OWN bookmarks so i can jump to specific pages? I don't want to mess up the current list of official bookmarks that came with the e-books (where they were provided). It's like i want to add my own sticky note tabs so i can quickly jump between pages etc, without having to remember the page number.

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Guest [Entry]

"You should look at the Stanza book reader from Lexcycle. http://www.lexcycle.com/

It allows you to create bookmarks, and plenty of other features for eBooks in many popular formats, including PDF.

It is available free for Windows, Mac, and iPhone."
Guest [Entry]

Infix PDF Editor gives you full control over adding, deleting and moving bookmarks. It also includes a remarkable 'auto bookmark' feature that creates bookmarks for an entire document automatically.