Hyperlinking Pages in PDF Format using a Mac
OK, Here is what you do if you want pages to hyperlink to each other.
It is a start anyway.....
I am a MAC (Office 2011) user just so that is clear and I use PP.
Before you save it as a pdf you may want to insert an "action" button
(under "shapes" in PP) on each page of your PP somewhere so that
you can hyperlink it once it is being worked on and in PDF format.
You DO NOT need to hyperlink it in PP.
Helpful Hint: At the top of the product opened in preview mode there
are four squares: One is for "content" and you will see that if you
hover over with your cursor. The second one called thumbnails is
the view you want so you can hyperlink easier.
open in "Preview" and not anything else.Step Two: Click on the "annotations tool" at the top that looks like
a pencilStep Three: Click on the "Link" button and it will turn blue. (it is active)
Step Four: If you have inserted an "action button" from PP this is the
easy part.Step Five: Capture the action button with a left click and hold to
capture the specific part/graphic you want to hyperlink and the
little black elongated oval will pop up that gives you a choice of
"Page" or "URL" in the drop down menu.Step Six: Choose "Page" and insert the number of the page you
want it to go to in the middle and then click "done". Repeat until
all pages are hyperlinked and check your work.Step Seven: When you are done hyperlinking just unclick on the
hyperlink button and it has automatically saved your hyperlinks.Step Eight: I am sure there are some technical items I left off like
letting your readers know that this contains hyperlinks so that they