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How to Ensure Hyperlinks Save When Converting to PDF From a Mac So, there I was, happily typing away in my Mac version of Word and then later in Mac . Learn how to embed active links in PDFs you create from Word documents, with a little help from Mac OS X Hints That's because Reader includes an on-the- fly technology to convert those URLs into actual hyperlinks.
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To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question. Tip In some bit Microsoft Office installations, users run into trouble when trying to use the embedded links in converted PDFs. To convert a Word document to PDF, we send the document over to a secure Microsoft service over the internet for conversion. I press command P twice: What app is viewing the PDF? Click Options , make sure the Document structure tags for accessibility check box is selected, and then click OK.
If the links don't work, you need to change some options and then reconvert the document. Go through the steps once more and check the "Minimize size Publishing Online " check box on the Save As page. Click "OK" and "Save.
References 1 Microsoft Office: Save Word as PDF. Open the files to preview to preview. Many documents might include one or more hyperlinks in them especially research papers or table of contents and references.
Once these documents are converted to PDF from Word format, the hyperlinks become inactive. This might work but the end file is of very low quality and mainly the documents formatting, such as bullets and fonts end up being corrupted. Also the output documents are of very poor quality. This leaves little to be desired for the final documents.