Occassionally, I have copied down images from my suppliers web sites to paste into word documents. I then convert these word documents to PDF and email my customer. When I put the image into a word document, I remove the hyperlink; however, if I then convert the document into a PDF the hyperlink reappears. Is there a way I can permanently remove the link?
What do you mean by hyperlink? Are you talking about the ALT text for an image which appears when you hover over it? That's controlled by Word, not Acrobat.
Acrobat and Reader will hotlink any text that matches a URL pattern - though that will not apply to text within an image. It's a preference the person reading the PDF can turn off but the document author cannot.
Is there any way I can eliminate that information? I can not send images of products to my customers if they contain a link to my suppliers on them. As soon as I save to a PDF when you put your mouse over each image it reveals the website it was taken from. Is there nothing I can do?
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