I printed a web page into a pdf on my mac. How do I get rid of the links in it? I tried re-printing the pdf into another one to no avail.
I think that the best way to get rid of it is to save file as a pdf one and edit it after. I once used PDFescape http://www.pdfescape.com/ it was pretty effective for me, although I used the most simple function - I needed to add some text and to erase another part. Also over here there is an instruction on editing pdf files, this might be helpful for you too.
This seems to be the top Google link to this question. So here is a programmatic answer:
ls *.pdf|xargs -n1 -I% pdfjam "%"
This will take all pdf files in the current directory and process them through pdfjam (
sudo apt-get install pdfjam if you don't have it. On a mac,
brew install pdfjam). Pdfjam will output the same filename, with '-pdfjam' suffix prior to the
I can suggest an easy way. If you use Open with
Microsoft word (I am using 2013). When it asks for conversion confirmation press
"yes". Then edit and remove them. Browsing by page would be easier. After finishing editing
Export it to PDF. make sure you set
Make Bookmark option on to get pdf navigation menu (bookmark).