Hi there, any help with this is GREATLY appreciated. I have the latest version of Adobe, but when I try to create internal links, there doesn't seem to be any way to do it. Doing a Net search I saw that in previous versions of Adobe, that is, 6, there WAS the ability to create internal links (Tools => Advanced Editing => Link Tool). Now there does NOT seem to be the same facility, which is incredibly frustrating, like Adobe went backwards.
I am creating PDF's from Word, and by internal links I *don't* mean hyperlinks - those are created automatically - but a link in the Index, for eg, so a person can click on a Chapter heading on page 4, for eg and be taken immediately to page 50, for eg.
Going slowly nuts here as there seems to be NO readily-available advice as to how to do this.
Ok, "Adobe" is the company.
The application is?
Adobe Reader - if yes, then tools such as the Link tool are not available.
Acrobat (Standard/Pro) - if yes, then the Link tool is available.
If using Acrobat X then click "Tools" (at the right) > expand the "Content" panel > select "Link"
If using Acrobat 9 or earlier then use Tools > Advanced Editing > Link tool.
Hey Dave, thanks - I thought I had X but I seem to only have Reader. No wonder I couldn't find the Link Tool ...