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Chapter 5. Navigating PDF Documents > Using Buttons and Links

Using Buttons and Links

PDF authors often add links and buttons to documents to help you easily navigate through pages and between documents. A link or button can have one of many types of actions associated with it. In Reader you're limited to using the links and buttons to travel to the target destinations or to invoke other actions such as opening Web links, submitting forms, executing a menu command, and so on—as designed by the PDF author. To actually create these navigational elements, you must use Acrobat Standard or Acrobat Professional.

To view PDFs that contain links, use the culinaryMaster.pdf and recipeRequest.pdf files from www.peachpit.com/adobereader7. Be certain to copy both files to the same folder on your hard drive. The files need to reside in the same folder for the links to work properly.



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