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Supplement to Christian Hupfer's answer. The Unicode standard defines some characters "LATIN LETTER SMALL CAPITAL". However, they are mostly semantically used for phonetics and should not be used as a font property. See Wikipedia/Small Caps/Unicode. The bookmarks should be clear readable strings, also the possible font properties bold and italic should ...


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Unfortunately a negative answer here: The bookmarks are called outline in PDF language specification. From the PDF Reference 1.7 manual (pages 586/587) states The value of the outline item dictionary’s F entry (PDF 1.4) is an unsigned 32-bit integer containing flags specifying style characteristics for displaying the item. Bit positions within the ...


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Package hyperref needs unique counter values for the destination names. After resetting the chapter counter (\setcounter{chapter}{0}), the macro \thechapter is redefined, but not \theHchapter, which hyperref uses. \usepackage{hyperref} \usepackage{bookmark}% faster updated bookmarks ... \setcounter{chapter}{0} \renewcommand*{\thechapter}{\Alph{chapter}} ...


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Here is a very short solution that does not require any changes to the preamble, provided you are loading hyperref: \section*{Acknowledgements}% The * makes this section unnumbered. \addcontentsline{toc}{section}{Acknowledgements}% This command makes the unnumbered section also appear in the pdf bookmarks. Note: you do not need to call a table of ...


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\texorpdfstring has two arguments, the first is the normal TeX code, the second is a string, which can be used as replacement for the arbitrary TeX in the bookmarks. If option unicode (or pdfencoding=auto) is enabled, then the subscript 2 is available as \texttwoinferior: \documentclass{report} \usepackage[pdfencoding=auto]{hyperref} \usepackage{bookmark}% ...



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