I'm a little confused. Are you adding the pages in ID and regeneratiing the PDF (in which case your hyperlinks should continue to work) or adding them in Acrobat?
I would try creating cross-references. Either create a text anchor on your target pages, or use the paragraph style of the target text when you create a cross-reference. In my experience, they work (in the same document) when pages are added as you describe.
If you're unfamiliar with them, Anne-Marie Concepcion has a good tutorial on Lynda.com which I believe is free to watch:
Click on number 82, "Creating a custom cross reference format"
If you're outputting to PDF for digital consumption I strongly advise using a proper table of contents (managed by ID) - not only can you keep it in sync when pages change, but it'll automatically become a bookmarks list in the PDF file.
Thanks for responding. I am new here.
Let me explain how I did my hyperlinks.
I create hyperlink destinations and on the index page I look up this page. As I understand this is not the best method in my case, however, this was not the requirement before.
What do you think is the best method for creating a dynamic pdf exported from indesign, which should have (or closely have) the following requirements:
- have index page which will go to the proper page (eg. you click on "apple page10" on index page and this will go to page 10)
- you can add pages in between anywhere in the future where links and page numbering on the index page changes automatically (eg. if you add 5 more page about pear after page 5, "apple page 10" should now go to page 15 and on the index page should automatically changed to page 15 as well.
- of course, changes should automatically be adjusted not only by adding but also by deleting.
Any ideas is welcom and appreciated, thanks.