1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 5, 2016 6:10 AM by BarbBinder

    Hyperlink Positioning

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      Description:
      I have created an Interactive PDF using InDesign.

       

      The 2nd page contains Table of Content, which contains about 20 links. On click, these links will land of the related pages within the document itself. All the pages are provided with a link back to the TOC.


      Problem:
      So now within the interactive PDF, when I click any link from the TOC, it goes to the related page but lands in the center of the page instead at top of the page. This applies to the link which allows user to go back to the TOC as well.

       

      Is it possible to position the landing of the page to the top of the page instead of center of the page? If yes, how can we do it?

       

      Note: The idea is to show the user the Header of the page to start before the user scrolls and views the rest of the content and eventually clicks TOC link at the bottom to go back to the TOC.

        • 1. Re: Hyperlink Positioning
          BarbBinder Adobe Community Professional

          Ok, it looks like it is linked to the view settings in Acrobat. Try it again, but this time when you export, don't select one of the options that offers continuous page views. Choose a single page view instead—Single page, Two-up (Facing) or Two-Up (Cover Page).

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