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How to add bookmark for a specified page of pdf file?

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I use Firefox to read books in pdf format. I want to record the location everytime I close the pdf file so that I can easily go back to where I leave last time. But I notice no matter where I am in the file, the url does't change. I think it's the reason why everytime I click the bookmarked file and the Firefox just open the file on the first page, not the location I leave last time. Is there any way to record the location I leave?

I use Firefox to read books in pdf format. I want to record the location everytime I close the pdf file so that I can easily go back to where I leave last time. But I notice no matter where I am in the file, the url does't change. I think it's the reason why everytime I click the bookmarked file and the Firefox just open the file on the first page, not the location I leave last time. Is there any way to record the location I leave?

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There is, though it's not very obvious!

At the top right of the PDF viewer, there are 5 icons. Find the 4th icon from the left - it looks like a vertical chevron, and when you mouse over it, it says "Current View (copy or open in new window)".

Right click on that icon, and choose either "Copy Link" (to put a link into the clipboard so you can paste it), or "Bookmark Link".

The link this gives you is a special one that records the place you were at in your file.

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Выбранное решение

There is, though it's not very obvious!

At the top right of the PDF viewer, there are 5 icons. Find the 4th icon from the left - it looks like a vertical chevron, and when you mouse over it, it says "Current View (copy or open in new window)".

Right click on that icon, and choose either "Copy Link" (to put a link into the clipboard so you can paste it), or "Bookmark Link".

The link this gives you is a special one that records the place you were at in your file.

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