I have a series of six text links (hyperlinks, not buttons) that link to pages in a 75 page document I'm creating and publishing as an interactive PDF.
Link #1 and #2 won't go to the correct page, but #3 to 6 do work correctly. My page numbering starts on page 3, so the list of pages appears as 1, 2, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc. (No page numbers appear on the first two pages.)
I want link #1 to go to the second page 1 and link #2 to go to the second page 2. Follow me?
But, the first two links go (incorrectly) to the first page and second page, respectively. I've selected the CORRECT page 1 and 2 in the drop down menu, over and again. Same problem.
I've deleted these hyperlinks and started over again. Same problem.
Is there a way to label or ID a page, so I can link to it exactly? I can't seem to hyperlink to a bookmark, like you can with a button. (Bookmarks always work fine.)
Any help here?
@thanser – maybe it will help, if you define the pages by their absolute positions in the document?
Instead of typing 1 for page one in the entry field, just type +1 to set its absolute position.
For the second page one just type +3 …
I tried with some success…
Fixed it. That was it, exactly.
Thank you so much, Laubender.