September 28 & 29, 2020 | Virtual
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I fully agree Shannon.
Navigating in that huge document is really difficult
Hopefully, PMI will split PMBoK from Agile PG and insert some bookmarks in both documents...
We've had discussions on this site regarding the lack of highlighting.
Apparently, PMI has not picked up on this concern. They deliberately lock down those features as I tried with various PDF readers.
Here the same. First thing I recognized were the missing bookmarks. It makes it really difficult to navigate in this huge file.
Without bookmark & highlighting feature.... making the reading/review of PMBOK tough & uncomfortable task. Request PMI to kinldy consider this at least in next version. Thanks.
I use a poor person's "bookmark" through shortcuts. Make a shortcut of the PDF file in an appropriate location. Then name the shortcut using both a memory jogger and the PDF page number (not the same as the PMBOK Guide page number). For example, if I want to go back to the last place I read, I might name the shortcut "Common Agile Practices - p821" (avoid periods in your file names).
When I double-click on the shortcut, I know to put 821 in the page number box, below the tab label.
It appears to be for information protection, in that they have turned off pdf features that make documents more useful to prevent people distributing their password protected proprietary information. You can't even copy anything, to paste it into a discussion on PMI.
One of the pitfalls of data protection, is that it may be so well protected that it becomes somewhat unusable.
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