I have a Microsoft Word document with hyperlinks in it. When I save it as a PDF document, those hyperlinks no longer open that link in a new window. I have tried all the settings under the "Target Frame..." option, but those don't seem to persist.
Is there any settings that help with this to make all hyperlinks in the document open in a new window?
I am currently using the Acrobat plugin, but could move to a different plugin if it offers this feature.
I am using Word 2007
I can create PDFs using plugins for word (either the Acrobat plugin or the Microsoft PDf/XPS plugin). The problem exists after that.
So here is my scenario:
Once I create a PDF, I place it up on a website for users to view. This PDF has additional links to other websites for more information. Once a user pulls up my PDF, its embedded inside the browser. The problem arises when a person clicks on one of these links and gets transferred to a different website. Some people have problems clicking the back button getting back to the PDF. So I am looking for a way for those links embedded inside the PDF to open inside a new window, just like one would do with an HTML page.
Google does not turn up anything expect a lot of dead ends and/or this can't be done, which very well may be the case, was just hoping for a better solution.