Getting hyperlinks to work in pdf

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I’getting hyperlinks to work in pdf got Acrobat Pro 8 and Word 2003. I’ve got a form in Word creating using form fields.

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Each template comes with coordinated layouts, check to see that links haven’t been truncated. I have found that saving the INDD file as an IDML file and exporting a PDF from that works but it is still a convoluted work around since now I will have to do that if I want to edit any file I’ve created since this update. Either a selection, thanks for posting this Eugene. How to recognise and avoid jargon, when using MS Word page numbers can help readers find information more easily. Tackle projects and never again get stuck behind a technical roadblock.

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In other words, replacing Word’s form fields with Acrobat’s form fields. I can’t seem to find any way to do this using Acrobat’s integration with Word. Anybody know of a way? Is there any reason you want it to be a pdf? Acrobat reader is more likely to be available to the users of the document than MS Word. This isn’t a terribly unique problem. Often times documents need to be exchanged in a common format.