When you are editing the table of contents (TOC) manually in PDFOutliner, you have the option to either refer to pages using page labels (the numbers in red boxes on each page and below the thumbnails) or using the page numbers printed on each page. The video below shows how to use the "p" prefix for printed page numbers.
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PDFOutliner now provides several techniques to edit the Table of Contents (TOC) in your PDF.
The Editing Features Overview document (PDF, 0.2MB, 8 pages) goes into the details.
This 2 min video shows how the AutoTOC feature works by interpreting the fonts used in the PDF document. AutoTOC makes it easy to automatically generate a table of contents (TOC) for your PDF, and its easy to experiment. AutoTOC in action on the 140-page PDF manual for Curio 7 available from www.zengobi.com
Features powerful new tools to edit and build a table of contents for your PDF.
An iPad is great for reading PDFs. Use a Table of Contents (TOC) to navigate a PDF easily inside your favorite PDF reading app. The slides below show how to locate the TOC in iBooks and GoodReader apps for the iPad.
PDFOutliner makes it easy to embed a TOC in your PDFs.
The PDF shown is Final Cut Pro X Unleashed, an excellent PDF ebook published by Digital Heaven.