Yep - switch to the Select Object tool or the Link tool so you can select the link's rectangle, then copy/paste as normal (via the menu or ctrl-C/V)
OK What if I need the link to appear at several hundred pages?
My goal is to make a mouse click in the pages of an document, to jump back to the starting page or rather the inventoyr. Sugestions?
this.pageNum = 0;
If it works on your mobile device then the entire thing can be done with a script. Otherwise you will need a combination of script and stand-alone tool.
There is a way to duplicate links across pages! Use a button!
1. Open "Tool", then "Interactive Objects"
2. Place your button where you want it on the page. Name it using the popup box provided.
3. Click "Add Button", click on "Properties", go to the "Actions" tab, set action to return to desired page, click enter
4. Place your button where you want it on the page. Name it using the popup box provided.
5. Click off the box to set it on the page.
6. Click on box, then right click to pop up Properties Box
7. Scroll down to "Duplicate Across Pages", click on it and follow instructions from there.
As was stated prior, buttons do not work on reader apps but links do.
While this procedure might work in older versions, the options to duplicate buttons/links seem to have been removed in Acrobat DC, which is the latest version. I have also posted this query using a new thread (How to duplicate links / buttons in Acrobat DC if they are required to be placed across all the pages of the document and on the exact same location? ) but haven't received any reply yet.
Not sure why Adobe keeps making its products more and more difficult to use with each new version.