How to Add Link to PDF?
Sometimes you need to add link to PDF file. So people can click the link to go to a webpage to learn something related or detail. Here we introduce some ways to help you easily add link to PDF file.
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Methods to Make Hyperlinks in PDF File
Method 1: Use Adobe Acrobat
Step 1: Open PDF file in Adobe Acrobat and go to the page you want to make a hyperlink.
Step 2: Click "Link" and choose the text or image you need to add link.
Step 3: The Pop-up "Create Link" box will appear. Then set link type, line appearance, highlight style.
Step 4: Choose a proper action under the "Link Action" option to direct hyperlink to either a different page, file, webpage and etc. Then press the "Next" button.
Step 5: Then you can check the link and save it to your computer.
Method 2: Use Preview
For Mac users, Apple’s Preview is more than just a fast and efficient app to view PDFs, images. It also contains basic editing features, the ability to manipulate pages, and draw annotations.
Step 1: Go to Tools > Annotate > Add Link. You can get a shaded rectangle tool similar to a section rectangle.
Step 2: Draw a box around where you would like a link.
Step 3: You have two options to add link. You can either point the link to a page within the current PDF document, or you can have the link point to a URL.
Method 3: Insert Link to PDF Online
pdfescape.com is a widely used free online PDF editor. Upload your PDF file and click the "Annotate" to choose "Link" tool. Then you set link properties.
Conclusion: If you don't want to spend a lot of money, you can choose the second method and the third method.
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