PDFs: Bookmarking a possibility?
I'm currently in the early implementation phase of a major upgrade to several mainframe systems, and I have been carrying the manuals, etc on my laptop in PDF format. This has worked well thus far, as it allows me to trudge through them as time permits. The problem I am encountering, however, is that I have no way to either 1) mark up/highlight significant sections, and 2) to later jump directly to those sections.
As these beasties account for several thousand pages of documents, I am loathe to print even a significant section of them if I don't have to, but I do need a way to better manage them. Granted, my desktop search tool will index them, but I would love to find a way to link into them if at all possibly, and maintain those links in either a desktop search tool (Google, Copernic) or OneNote/Evernote.
Any suggestions or pointers are gladly accepted. I'm on Linux and Windows, so the software would need to be usable from one of those platforms.