How To Link To URLs And Mail Addresses In An Interactive PDF


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Links to URLs and mail addresses

The simplest kind of interactivity is a hyperlink. A hot spot in your document that takes you somewhere. But how do you make hyperlinks? Well, the hyperlinks panel of course. I have the hyperlinks panel right here in my dock. So I can just click on it to open it. But if you don't have it in your dock, you can always go to the Window menu. Choose the interactive sub menu and then choose hyperlinks. But, before I go ahead and make a hyperlink, I want to point out that sometimes you don't need to make hyperlinks in your PDF. For example, if there are very obvious URLs in your document, something that has a http:// before it, or maybe even just www before it In those cases, Adobe Acrobat for the desktop can usually see those and convert them into hyperlinks for you.

However, when it comes to URLs for this one, that don't have a www before them. Well, in that case, you need to make your own hyperlinks here on InDesign. And actually, none of the tablet PDF readers that I've tried, seem to conv...

Links to URLs and mail addresses
Video duration: 10m 0s 2h 22m Intermediate Updated Jan 17, 2014

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Links to URLs and mail addresses provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign Insider Training: Interactive PDFs

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