Dammit! Oddly enough I noticed that if the displayed text is a URL then the link would work, but that's pretty useless when I don't want the displayed text to be a Some work, some do not, some link to a totally wrong location. Insert Hyperlink button On the Standard toolbar in Word 2003 and earlier there is an Insert Hyperlink button (see Figure 2). http://midsolutions.org/in-word/show-hyperlinks-in-word.html
Here's how I got them to work.Instead of doing "Print to PDF" I simply did "Save As" and chose the PDF option. How to create a hyperlink AutoFormat and AutoFormat As You Type Insert Hyperlink button Insert Hyperlink dialog When hyperlinks go wrong Hyperlinks donít look like hyperlinks Hyperlinks arenít clickable The link Top 2010-08-09 07:08:57 #65 Happy1789 Registered: Aug 9 2010 Posts: 1 OS : XP pro 2002 sp3 / Word : 2002 sp3 / Acrobat : 9.1.2 pro- same issue with numerous Spaceman Ads « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download PDF Version Email this Page Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to
Other brands of PDF reader don't auto-detect, so it's important to check your documents with the feature disabled to ensure the links are [i]really there[/i].As to the overall issue with hyperlinks From a 5.8-inch OLED display, reports of wireless charging and even a 3D scanner for facial recognition, it's all here. was having same issue, did not get the live hyperlinks when I converted from Word2007 to Acrobat10. For example, TOC entries and cross-references, even when they are hyperlinks, do not have the distinctive hyperlink formatting.
I noticed that all the hyperlinks before a certain link transferred OK. By selecting all the fields (Ctrl+A to select the entire document) and pressing F9 to update the fields, I solved the problem. Hyperlinks still don‚Äôt work - no change. Outlook Showing Hyperlink Code You also should try to fix the Acrobat install.I have been converting MS Word documents to PDFs since 1998 and once I get the security set within MS Office have had
When you insert a table of contents (TOC) in Word 2000 or above, by default the TOC entries are hyperlinked to the corresponding headings in the text. Select (in Acrobat) Tools -> Advanced editing -> Link tool4. In Word 2002 and 2003, the Tools menu entry is called AutoCorrect Options. The Hyperlink style has been modified.
If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). Hyperlink Not Working Lori Kassuba is an AUC Expert and Community Manager for AcrobatUsers.com. When you double click on the file type in Windows Explorer the file is opened with application X. Sarah Top 2011-12-11 03:19:35 #87 Southman Registered: Dec 11 2011 Posts: 2 I have been struggling with the same for some years ... (I use Word 2003 and Acrobat 6 &
If I make any amendments to the original Word file and re-covert it to PDF I lose all the hyperlinks I had previously set up manually in the PDF and they click site Users that never had application Y installed their computers do not have any problems. The Insert Hyperlink button Insert Hyperlink dialog The Insert Hyperlink dialog, however, gives you the most control over the hyperlinks you insert. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - It does by MarkFlax Forum moderator / May 11, 2007 7:28 PM PDT In reply to: It should work... Word Shows Hyperlink Instead Of Link
Chances are good that this weird behavior is an indication that you are seeing the field code for the hyperlink, instead of the result of that field code (just the link James Top 2011-05-14 08:15:34 #78 rigo Registered: May 14 2011 Posts: 1 howdougdoesit wrote:I think I have this figured out. Split the word doc into two parts. news In 'Preferences', I have navigated Convert to PDF > Microsoft Office Office Word > Edit Settings > Add Links to Adobe PDF File and confirmed that the Add Links feature is
Learn more about Allen... It's enabled by default as there are far more PDFs with plaintext addresses than ones where the hyperlinks were created by the author, and folks kinda expect to click stuff they I am assuming you have already tried this article : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/218153 Reports: · Posted 8 years ago Top Bonden Posts: 4 This post has been reported.
Happy1789 Top 2010-08-25 14:00:48 #66 dave123 Registered: Aug 25 2010 Posts: 1 Hi we are having the a similar issue here but with hidden links not being converted. (eg: 'click here' According to their tier 1 tech support personnel, Adobe is aware of the problem and is working on a patch. In order to change the target of the link, you need to change the HYPERLINK field code as well. Thanks!! 2015-10-21 09:00:22 Mr Taoussi Hi guys,I have the same Weird Hyperlink Behavior but in Microsoft Outlook.Could you please help.Many thanks 2015-09-10 03:40:29 Rajkumar Awesome it worked.
In Word 2007, access this dialog via Office Button | Word Options | Proofing | AutoCorrect Options... Select (in Acrobat) Tools -> Advanced editing -> Link tool4. The View tab of the Options dialog box. More about the author Exchange knowledge, and get help on all the latest office software and productivity tools--from various office suitesword processing to spreadsheets.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Word Hyperlink by waltrp / May
It also works on external USB drives, etc.In fact it is much easier to create the links as long as the relative positions of the web page and all the "link Will that help the conversion to Adobe X and retain my text box links?Can anyone please help!Thx much! Or if it's being worked on? Mark the section/word(s) in the PDF document that you want to convert into a hyperlink.5.
I took an existing Word document with a file size of 467Kb. This may be obvious to you if the display text is different from the underlying URL, but if they are the same, it may not occur to you. You can turn the feature off via the preferences panel under General/Basic Tools/"Create links from URLs". The AutoFormat As You Type dialog.
I used (in Word) a special character -- a long dash -- thruout the doc. If you have ScreenTips enabled, you should see a ScreenTip such as the one shown in Figure 7. Privacy - Print page Close search All of ProZ.com All of ProZ.com Term search Jobs << Back toAcrobatUsers.com These forums are now Read Only. It will recreate a new template.
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It appears the latter has worked as Acrobat presumably recognises the @ as an email address.The filseize of 467Kb is not particularly large so Nenko's theory doesn't seem to have worked Re: Word 2000 hyperlinks don't work in .pdf created with Acrobat 9 Pro rmbrown0 Jan 10, 2010 6:49 PM (in response to MichaelKazlow) Mike - Thanks for the suggestion, but 'link