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As we mentioned in Section 4 above, there
are a number of options for the
7 Options for the Adobe / PDF Document
hyperref package that control the
properties of the Adobe / PDF document.
In this section we give a brief overview of some of these options; it is
however worth the reader's while to look at the
documentation as there are various other options which might also be useful.
In general, an option is declared by putting it in square brackets after the
command. Multiple options are separated by commas, and text of textual options
goes in braces: for example
The document example.tex
provides further examples.
To convert the LATEX document structure
\sections, etc.) to bookmarks in the PDF document, use
one or more of the following options:
bookmarks -- the basic functionality is turned on;
bookmarksopen -- the bookmarks appear expanded;
bookmarksnumbered -- the LATEX
document section numbers are included in the bookmark.
colorlinks -- produce colour hyperlinks; the colours are
controlled by the options that follow;
linkcolor -- the colour for internal links (e.g. in the table
urlcolor -- the colour for external links (e.g. to the www);
citecolor -- the colour for bibliographic citations.
Note that there are various other types of links for which colours can be
defined. See the
hyperref documentation for more details. Example
Various PDF document information fields can be filled in using package options.
pdfauthor -- the name of the author;
pdftitle -- the title;
pdfkeywords -- the keywords;
pdfsubject -- the subject.
As mentioned in Section 4, it is a good idea
to include the
dvipdfm option as well.