1. Is there a way to lock the link triangle to the text?
I am creating large documents with links to attachments in the same PDF file. There are a couple of quirks with creating links in a PDF that drive me nuts. The biggest issue is that the link rectangle does not stay with the text, so if a line of text is removed from a page, I have to move the link rectangles separately. I want the link to stay attached to the wording.
2. Is drawing a rectangle around the wording the only way to create the link? sometimes I may have 2 separate links wrapped at the end of a paragraph. In order for the links to work properly I have to separate them out of the paragraph and draw the rectangles, otherwise, they overlap one another. Is there a different way to do this that I have not figured out yet?
Example: BLAH blah blah blah blah blah blahblah blah blahblah blah blahblah blah blahblah blah blahblah blah blah this would be my first link that wraps, and this is the second link that I want too.
I am using Adobe Acrobat DC, Window 7
Links in a PDF are always rectangular, so they can't wrap around text that appears on multiple lines (unless you draw one large rectangle over both lines). You must use multiple, separate links.
Thank you- that is what I was afraid of. I just want to make it work like Word! :-)
Word and PDF are very different formats. Don't expect what works in one to work in the other.