IN THIS CHAPTER
Working with Article threads
Setting page actions
Creating form field buttons
One of the truly great features Adobe Acrobat offers is the ability to create interactive documents containing hot links that invoke many different actions. Acrobat provides you with many tools and methods for making your PDFs come alive, and Acrobat helps you refine documents for user navigation and interactivity. Regardless of whether you post PDFs on Web servers, communicate via e-mail, replicate CD-ROMs, or work with documents on local network servers, Acrobat offers tools and features that help you create dynamic documents.
In this chapter, you learn how to create links with a variety of Acrobat tools, and you learn some of the differences between several methods for linking views. With hypertext links originating from various elements such as bookmarks, page actions, links, and destinations, you have a number of action tools that provide you with an almost limitless opportunity for handling views and relationships between documents. This chapter covers creating hot links and all the different actions you can associate with links.
Reset the toolbars (open a context menu on the Toolbar Well and select Reset Toolbars). Open the More Tools dialog box (open a context menu on the Toolbar Well and select More Tools) and scroll down to the Advanced Editing Toolbar. Select ...