Best Practices for Naming Packet Materials, and Using Bookmarks to Organize Your Packet
Make sure you give the files in your packet a meaningful title because reviewers will see the titles you provide as bookmarks to the left of the page when reviewing your documents. By default, the name that will appear to reviewers is the name of the file as you upload it, but you can also edit the title of a file after adding it to your packet.
In addition to bookmarking the titles of the materials in your packet, our program will automatically bookmark the bolded headings, sections, and subsections within the documents you upload. Reviewers will see these bookmarks nested beneath the document title, allowing you to draw attention to points in longer documents. See the article below for a more detailed explanation.
Give the files you upload the title that you want to appear to reviewers
-Or- once a file is uploaded, you can edit the title
Click to change the title
Edit the title and click to save
Use bookmarks to organize your packet and draw attention to a section within a document:
Remember, the title of the file as it appears in your packet will appear in bold, and any bolded sections or headers in the document will appear as subsections in the TOC of the packet.
The program will automatically recognize bolded sections and headline formatting in documents created in word processors and similar document editing programs
Sections such as the ones illustrated above will appear to reviewers as bookmarks in the left hand pane of the document reader
Note that even subsections are bookmarked in the reader as shown below
You can preview how your packet will appear to reviewers:
The preview shows exactly how the packet you are submitting will appear to your committee. A sample preview is shown below.
When working on your packet, click on the name of an uploaded file to preview it in the viewer
You can also click "Preview" from the packet "Overview" screen
Review your packet or packet sections before submission:
When you have satisfied all the requirements in your packet, or all the requirements in a section of the packet, it is a good idea to preview your packet to make sure all of your titles and bookmarks are displaying correctly.