Add pages manually to a PDF's table of contents
Browse to the page, then use the Add Row toolbar button. A new TOC entry will be added that points to the top of the current page. Use this technique especially for scanned PDFs, where other advanced features of PDFOutliner may not work due to lack of font and text information in the PDF.
Use Printed Page Numbers in a Scanned PDF
Instead of visiting every page to create a link to that page, take advantage of a printed table of contents to create TOC entries in bulk. But first, we have to configure PDFOutliner to understand printed page numbers. Then, we use the "p" prefix to refer to page numbers as they appear in the printed table of contents. Use this technique to cherry pick interesting pages from the printed table of contents.
Add precise links using Bullseye technique
PDFOutliner has a novel bullseye technique to generate accurate links to a specific spot on the PDF page. Use this technique for either constructing new links or correcting existing links in the table of contents. The bullseye technique works great especially in scanned PDFs where other precision linking techniques are not available.