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Hyperlinks

What is an interactive page without links? Links help your readers explore your file, jumping between pages, to other documents, or even to Web sites. You can also add links to files that your readers can download, and you can add links for sending email. PDF files offer three kinds of links: hyperlinks, bookmarks, and buttons. Let’s look at each of these in turn.

A hyperlink is essentially a button—it’s a “hot” area that performs some action when you click it. There are two big differences between a hyperlink and a button made with InDesign’s Button tool. First, you can apply a hyperlink directly to text—though behind the scenes, InDesign is still more or less drawing a button around that text. Second, you can save hyperlinks and use them more than once.


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