>>>If you download the "Goodreader" App as >Thom >>>recommends you can bookmark. If you purely download >it as >>a >>>PDF, then no you can't as far as I know. >>> >>>Richard >> That is for an Ipad, I am reading on my computer and my >>wife's nook, oh well, I'll make due. > >I have two recommendations for free PDF readers for your >computer: > >Okular which in addition to >displaying your PDF file allows you to highlight, add in-line >notes, search, etc. (it does not modify the original PDF >file, the additions/marks are kept in another file) > >Evince > >I prefer Okular, but if you are using Windows you may want to >try Evince first as the Windows version of Okular is not in >its 'final' state. (I have not tried Okular in Windows: I >use Linux for everything except CNX2, and run that in a VM) > >If those don't work look at >PDFreaders A list of PDF readers. > > >Thanks I will check these out. I am presently using Foxit. The reader works fine, but in the PDF's properties, under security, one is not allowed to bookmark.