What kind of Hyperlink? Give an example?
Did you write the URL into the Hyperlink & Cross Reference Panel? You should do so.
If not, Acrobat is reading the URL out from the text and does not recognize URLs completely with a line break.
If a hyperlink has a dash, you should write it manually into the URL Panel in InDesign or add always a http:// before the URL in the text, otherwise you could find URLs automatically from the text into technical hyperlinks.
Thanks for the reply.
I'm using Indesign CS6. As per the process we follow, we apply URL styles to the links in the word doc & then place it into Indesign. Its converted to PDF files then.
An example as you suggested,
If there a link 'www.adobe.com/products/reader.html' on a single line, the link appears proper.
If it follows to the next line. For e.g.
The link in the above case is displayed as the part only on the first line (www.adobe.com/products/) which is ofcourse wrong.
Anything that can be done to avoid this ?
You have to define the URL in the Hypelink & Cross Reference Panel and apply it to the text. Otherwise it is not a link.