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Acrobat Reader & saving last page I read?

How could I put a navigation point in a PDF file, so that when I leave, then come back and open the file, I can go straight the point that I left earlier?

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marked as duplicate by Karan, KronoS, Dave, slhck Jan 11 '13 at 9:37

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PDF-XChange Viewer remembers your last page (and view) when you close and re-open a pdf.

Make sure this option is checked: Edit → Preferences → Page Display → Initial Display This way you don't have to set a bookmark manually.

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