Most of the time I use my iPad to read ebooks, or Adobe Reader when read them on my computer. Currently the ebook I read is, The Blogger’s Guide to Online Marketing, by The Web Marketing Ninja from ProBlogger. This ebook is 136 pages long and I can’t read it whole at once.
In iPad, I can create bookmarks or open last view page, to continue my reading when I reopen the ebook. But in Adobe Reader, the bookmark feature is not there. Unless if you purchase Adobe Acrobat Professional which have the ability to place a bookmark.
Lucikly, Adobe Reader can be set to ‘Restore last view settings when reopening documents’. It is not a bookmark but at least it can help me to get back to the last view page when I reopen the ebook.
To enable this feature,
- In Adobe Reader, go to Edit > Preferences.
- Under Categories, click on Documents.
- Check ‘Restore last view settings when reopening documents’.
- Click Ok.
Now I don’t have to write down the page number before I close the ebook, because Adobe Reader will automatically show the last view page the next time I open the ebook.