How to Convert Word to PDF With Hyperlinks on Mac OS X


Previous versions of Microsoft Word 2008 required users to install PDF add-ins to save documents as PDF files. But the latest MS Word 2010 includes this feature automatically. MS Word documents can also be exported and opened in Apple's Pages word-processing software. You can convert Microsoft Word documents to PDF by using the "Save As" function in the program. The PDF codec will automatically include the hyperlinks inside the word document into the new PDF file. Publishing the PDF takes only a few minutes to complete.

  • Open Microsoft Word on your computer. Click "File," and then select "Open Document." Navigate the browser window to select the document you want to save as a PDF. Click the "OK" button.

  • Click "File" > "Save As." Click the drop-down menu next to "Save As Type." Choose the "PDF" option. Check the box next to "Open File Immediately After Publishing."

  • Check the box next to "Standard," and then click the "Publish" button. Look over the PDF file that opens to check that the hyperlinks have been included in the document.

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