Firstly I'm using Adobe InDesign 5.5
I have document A, which has over 50 pages.
Then document B, with over 40 pages.
All the pages on document B, I want to 'move' over to document A, so document A will now have 90 pages and I'll no longer need document B. The issue is, when I move the pages over, the hyperlinks I have throughout document B don't move over (which there are over 30 hyperlinks on certain sections of certain pages).
Now it seems like the only 'slow/safe' process of doing this, is to copy page 1&2 of Document B, and then 'paste in place' on document A, and then go back to B and copy pages 3&4. this is a long process...considering I have over 2,500 pages to get through.
Why aren't the hyperlinks moving over? When I go back to document A, I click on the hyperlink tab and it's blank.
It's really annoying and I'm trying to figure out why this is even happening and can't find any solution online.
You should save both documents before doing that with Save as into the same folder, so thel links will not change.
I would recommend to package your files after doing that.