Adjust sizes of layers

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Jul 23, 2022 Jul 23, 2022

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How do I import layers then adjust their size?

In photoshop I would have a background layer, create another layer, import an image and adjust its size with the bounding box (simple).

In acrobat I have a main layer, and when I import another layer it simply puts the new layer right in the middle of the original file! (And I seem to have no say in where it goes, or how big it is).

 

I'm trying to create a calendar, a page would have links to other pages of the month. 

I was hoping to have a 'hyperlinks layer', then for every page I created I would then add the 'hyperlinks layer' to it?

At this rate I will have 30 calendar pages each with 30 different hyperlinks to create?

Any advice appreciated!

 

 

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Jul 23, 2022 Jul 23, 2022

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Acrobat here is not a right thing for create/move/etc layers of many objects. I would prefer for such a things to use it InDesign. 

Remember, never say you can't do something in InDesign, it's always just a question of finding the right workaround to get the job done. © David Blatner

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This is not how PDF files work. First, layers are always a full page. Second, layers don't contain hyperlinks (in most cases). Links and other meta-objects (such as form fields, comments, etc.) exist in a separate part of the file as layers do, and they don't interact with one another.

However, it's very easy to duplicate a hyperlink from one page to others. You can do it by using a button field and then using the built-in Duplicate Across Pages command (right-click the field in Prepare Form mode to access it) to create an identical copy of it on other pages.

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