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I use InDesign CS3 on a Mac OSX 10.5.8 to design a weekly newsletter that I publish as a PDF. I create hyperlinks for “continued on page x” and “return to page x.” These work when read as a PDF on a computer, but readers who read the PDF on a iPad tell me the hyperlinks don’t work. How can I create workable hyperlinks that will work on an iPad?
That functionality is going to depend on the PDF reader, not so much the PDF itself.
As discussed in a very recent thread, interactive PDFs on iPad are nothing short of a crapshoot. The PDF readers are all over the map and the better ones are not free.
Good Reader is an app I’ve read good reviews about so you can check that out. It is a paid for app, though.
Version:1.0 StartHTML:0000000149 EndHTML:0000000489 StartFragment:0000000199 EndFragment:0000000455 StartSelection:0000000199 EndSelection:0000000455 Many thanks. I see that it’s a factor of the PDF reader, not the software used to design the newsletter or the PDF itself. I thought perhaps I needed CS5, but I suppose not.