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What is the process to bookmark and to save a pdf document on a MAC

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Firstly, I hope i understand your question correctly...
Assuming you are wanting to bookmark a webpage in Safari you just click on the + buton on your toolbar. If you cannot see the + button, go to "View" and then "Customize Toolbar". Here you can drag the + button onto your toolbar. Or, simply go to "Bookmarks" and then "Add Bookmark".
If you are attempting to save a webpage as a .pdf for later viewing offline, all you need to do is hit "command-P" or print under the file menu. At that point a box will pop up showing your current printer that you can print to. But, to the bottom left you will see a button that says "PDF". Click on that and it will drop down giving you a list of choices. Hit the "Save as PDF" and thats it.

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Open the PDF file on the Mac and then do a command + save.   You, of course, should have Adobe Reader installed.  It's up to version 8 now, and it's free at:  www.adobe.com.
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You may need Quarkto achieve this, I print them from QuarkXpress v4.1 using "PrintToPDF". This works like a printer driver but it converts any blue, underlined Courier text to a hyperlink (e.g. http://www.The-Cool-Book-Shop.co.uk ) and it creates a "bookmark" link for any text which is set in a specific typeface (e.g. Helvetica 14pt bold) and secondary "bookmark" from any text set in another typeface (e.g. Verdana 12pt). So all I have to do is ensure that my required links are in the correct typeface then select "PrintToPDF" in the "Chooser" and the job is done!

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    I can't find any form of OSX print driver that works like "PrintToPDF" so I guess I'm asking whether there's an OSX word processor (or DTP) that can save as PDF with "bookmarks". Perhaps a later version of QuarkXpress or "Adobe InDesign CS" or similar?

    I have Adobe Acrobat and Distiller but It's the least friendly piece of software I've ever attempted to use! Unfortunately, I'm just a writer. I don't have a degree in typography so I haven't a clue what most of the settings do and I really don't want to use two applications where one will do (as it does in OS9). I just want a turnkey solution. Preferably a fairly simple Word Processor that will output PDF with "bookmarks" and make spelled-out "http:..." links clickable. (The stock OSX "Save as PDF" function can't do that.) Or an OSX "printer driver" solution that works like "PrintToPDF".

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