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For those of you who have purchased it, does the document have chapter links and bookmarks embedded in the pdf? To me, these are essential for digital documents. If I have to page through the entire pdf manually, I probably won’t purchase it. There are no sample pages or chapters to get a sense of the quality of the digital manual. Basically I’m trying to figure out whether or not it is worth the cost. I already have the hardcopy but wouldn’t mind purchasing the pdf.
Yes it has chapter links and bookmarks. That said, if you already have the hardcopy I wouldn’t get the PDF unless you have a specific need. I’ve attached a picture of what it looks like on my PC. That’s the key feature for me. The greatest trick that bond stress ever pulled was convincing the world it didn’t exist. I prefer pdf copies for all of my codes if possible.
It’s easier for me to open the pdf for reference on my second monitor while I’m doing work on my main monitor. You don’t find the pdf version very useful or just prefer hardcopy version? That’s mostly what I use it for. The PDF file is large so jumping from one page to another takes a second or two, I find it much easier to have the hardcopy open in front of me. That said, the PDF is great for being able to take it with me just by bringing my laptop.
For something like the AASHTO Bridge Design specification I love the PDF as it’s searchable. I might pick up the ACI 318 as a PDF for that reason as well. It requires an e-reader such as Adobe Digital Addition. In addition to having the complete table of contents with all sub-section, there is another tab where one can add there own bookmarks separate from those that come with it. I like it but I have not been able to highlight or add notes. Is the 14th edition the latest edition and what is the latest print? Would it be a good idea to purchase the hard copy and the digital together?
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