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How can I make the content list of a PDF expanded by default?

I am writing a thesis using LaTeX and everything is just fine. However, as my project includes three different parts for which I use the command \part{}. I notice that when I open the PDF file and check the contents on the left, I need to click to open the part and see the contents inside.

Is there a way of telling the PDF file to open with all the menu opened by itself?

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marked as duplicate by diabonas, doncherry, Thorsten, Seamus, Gonzalo Medina Mar 14 '12 at 17:46

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If you use the hyperref package which I presume you are, then you can set the option bookmarksopen to true either like


or like

\hypersetup {
  bookmarksopen = true,
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