Acrobat 5 has a feature marked "Create links from URLs in text" or some such
wording but it failed to find the three URLs in the text of the .pdf. Does
you know if the feature works better in Acrobat 6?
I also read something about tagging the document before creating the .pdf. I
think I read about it in the description of the PaperCapture plug-in.
"Chris D" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> You should be aware of a new feature in Acrobat 6 Professional. It's
> called 'Create Links from URLs' -- and if you have qualified links in
> your document (e.g. www. or http://) then Acrobat can scan your
> document and automatically turn those into links...
> I don't think there's a way to make the links automatically go to the
> browser rather than prompt to open in Acrobat or browser.
> - Chris.
> Chris Dahl - CTO, Solutions
> ARTS PDF
> "J Marro" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > I have an existing .pdf that has URLs in the text. How do I make those
> > functional hyperlinks so the reader can click on them and go to that
> > I've played a bit with different features but can't figure it out.
> > Thanks in advance