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5. Manipulating PDF Files > 69. Hyperlink HTML to PDF Pages

Hyperlink HTML to PDF Pages

Take readers directly to the information they seek.

You can use HTML hyperlinks, those famous filaments of the Web, to integrate PDF documents with HTML documents. A simple link to a PDF document is not enough, though, because a single PDF might hold hundreds of pages. It is like handing a haystack to somebody searching for a needle. The solution is to modify the HTML link so that it takes the reader directly to the PDF page of interest. This kind of seamless integration of HTML and PDF pages requires some groundwork. See [Hack #67] for details.

To tailor a hyperlink’s PDF destination, just add one or more of the suffixes listed in Table 5-3 to the href path.

Table 5-3. Suffixes and their impact on Acrobat Reader

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