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The answer is here (where it might not belong to) and it sais that you can use the pdftk tool to split the file, which works well (does not break the links).


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If your goal is just to see the links in an unvisited state, you can: Press F12 to open Chrome Developer Tools. Click on the magnifying glass on the upper left and select the visited link. Unclick the CSS rule in the Style section


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Try right-clicking and Inspecting Elements on the page. You'll find the <a> tags, those are the anchor points. Then take out the < before the first and last a so that they would not show up as the links. You can actually see the effects while writing in the response box when it shows you the preview below. a ...



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