Answers / Adobe Reader
Is it possible to create hyperlinks in Adobe Reader X from a word document? I am trying to create hyperlinks that lead to other sections of the PDF document, but not to URL's or websites. How can I create these hyperlinks and still have them work in PDF after converting them from a Word document? Thanks in advance for the help!
Lisa Buckman 777 days ago
Im afraid you cant add hyperlinks in your PDF using the free Adobe Reader. You either need to use Acrobat or some of the Adobe online services will do that for a fee.To create your PDF from word with the hyperlinks still intact, you would use the PDFmaker that can create interactive PDFsSorry, but hope this helps?
Thanks for your response here-I appreciate your help!
Lisa Buckman Commented 774 days ago | Report
Acrobat XI trial
Get the trial now
Where is the typewriter button in Acrobat XI
Asked by Michael Smith · no replies
When try to add footer to doc in Adobe 9, the header/footer screen is so large I can't acc...
Asked by Evin Dugas · no replies
stop new tabs in browser from genrating when opening a saved acrobat document
Asked by joe · no replies
How do I get Adobe Reader to install to a drive other than C:?
Asked by Glenn Dobratz · no replies
Does Adobe XI Pro have Bates Numbering?
Asked by Becky Stokes · 1 answer
how to create a table of contents that updates automatically when info is added
Asked by Shanna Johnson · 1 answer
Last 30 Days
The Acrobat User Community is where you can connect with Acrobat and Adobe Document Services peers and experts. If you use Acrobat, Reader, FormsCentral or EchoSign, you'll want to take advantage of the many free community resources like tutorials, tips, and Q&A to learn more about Acrobat and document services.