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TIP 101: Positioning a Series of Links on a Page

Many documents use a series of headings laid out in a table as a means of navigating. Adding the links and then positioning them evenly can be quite a chore. Fortunately, Acrobat's align/distribute tools, designed to make the positioning process simple, are at your fingertips. Our sample document contains a table with links to six pages. To show you how the link alignment and distribution process works, we are using a narrow line around the links; in an actual document using a table layout, we suggest you use invisible links.

Red and Blue Selections

When objects are selected, one is red and the rest are blue. The red object is the anchor object that is used during an alignment process. The other items are aligned according to the anchor object's position. First move your pointer over the object you want to specify as the anchor object. Then right-click/Control-click to display the red border and open the shortcut menu for you to select a modification command.



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