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I have a PDF file. Created from Kingsoft Presentation. I have images there, where I put hyperlinks. That is Ctrl+K then i put the link. When I converted it to PDF ang click the images, I want it to open in a new tab. How could i do that. Sample: Here's the link I put in the hyperlink on the image. And unfortunately, it open in the same tab. http://onwardprocess.com/improvesalesstrategy-appointment/

Ok, I will update my question here.

What if I used this link -> https://twitter.com/intent/session?original_referer=http%3A%2F%2Fwebprojectupdates.com%2Fonwardprocess%2F&related=sharethis&return_to=%2Fintent%2Ftweet%3Ftext%3DImprove%2520Sales%2520Strategy%253A%252011%2520Ways%2520to%2520get%2520off%2520the%2520sales%252

So that I could tweet something, but the question is, what will I add to this hyperlink for it to be open in a new tab. Thanks for your reply!

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You have to put target attribute in hyperlink.

Here is a sample code:

 <a href="YOUR LINK HERE" target="_blank">YOUR LINK TEXT</a>

Enjoy!

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Thanks for the update, but can we actually put that <a> tag on Kingsoft Presentation hyperlink? –  mejiwara Mar 21 '13 at 4:52
    
After you insert the hyper link, you can set the action. Please have a look at documentation at page no. 18. –  Kishor Subedi Mar 21 '13 at 5:15
    
Okay then, what will I put in the hyperlink? The same url? Still, it will not open in a new tab. –  mejiwara Mar 21 '13 at 5:29
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The target attribute specifies where to open the linked document:

    <a href="http://www.w3schools.com" target="_blank">Visit W3Schools</a>
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I think you didn't get the question. Im not talking about HTML tags here. Im talking about a URL. –  mejiwara Mar 21 '13 at 5:12
    
Please follow this [link] ehow.com/how_4707191_hyperlink-pdf-file.html –  Rakesh Mar 21 '13 at 5:32
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