How to Insert Hyperlinks in a .PDF

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Documents you create with Adobe's popular PDF format can include hyperlinks, or sections of text or graphical objects that direct the reader to a Web page when clicked. You can add hyperlinks to a PDF using Adobe's Acrobat editing software. Note that this feature is not available with the free Acrobat Reader.

  • Open the PDF in Adobe Acrobat by double-clicking it or by selecting "Open" from Acrobat's "File" menu.

  • Click "Tools," then "Content," then "Link." Your cursor changes to a crosshair.

  • Click and drag to draw a rectangle over the text or object you want to turn into a link. The Create Link dialog box appears.

  • Select whatever options you want for your link's appearance. Select "Open a Web Page" from "Link Action," then click "Next."

  • Enter the URL you want the link to send the clicker to and click "OK."

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