Simple to create, view, and share, PDF is one of the most popularly used formats in business. They are convenient to view on any digital device making them perfect for work done via the web.
PDF documents are an excellent way to share information. They are easy to read, edit and distribute. However, some of us often find it difficult to create a link or insert a hyperlink to a PDF. In reality, it is extremely simple to do this, so we wrote this blog to quickly show you how to create a link within a PDF.
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You can create a hyperlink within a PDF if you are using Adobe software. Adobe lets you edit PDF documents by adding and deleting sentences, adjusting the font size, and more.
To create hyperlinks in a PDF with a few clicks, follow these simple steps:
Time Required 5 minutes
If you do not have Adobe, Microsoft Word will also let you insert a hyperlink into a PDF.
To add interactive links, follow these simple steps:
It is extremely easy to create PDF documents on Google Docs and create a hyperlink within the PDF.
To create a link within your PDF, follow these simple steps:
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Hyperlinks are commonly used as references to other pages. But the intention of the document will ascertain the need to add hyperlinks to the PDF.
For example, you may want to add a clickable table of contents to your ebooks, cite outside resources for your article, or quickly navigate the reader to a different page on the website to get more information on a subject.
The reasons to create hyperlinks within a PDF can be many, but how you do it depends on the platform you are using, such as Adobe, Word, Google Docs, and others.
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