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Print a PDF Document & Make the Hyperlinks Visible?

New Here ,
Jul 18, 2011 Jul 18, 2011

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G'Day,

I am wondering if it is possible to make the hyperlinks in my PDF document (these are internal relative hyperlinks) visible -- so that when you print the document you can see the hyperlink (blue underlined part) in the document?  At the moment, I print my document...and none of the underline parts (hyperlinks) are visible on the printout.  I have researched this but can't seem to find any info.  Also, is there a way to check my PDF document to see what dpi it has?  The forums all say that this is not possible, but surely there is a way to view it or at least set your pdf to a particular dpi.  I would appreciate any insight.

Nick

Brisbane, QLD

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LEGEND ,
Jul 19, 2011 Jul 19, 2011

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Please repost to the Acrobat Mac or Acrobat Windows forum. BTW, PDF files do not have a dpi. The vector and font portion of the pdf are resolution independent. Only if there are raster graphics does part of the pdf have a resolution. You can determine the dpi of raster images using the Preflight Tools. For more information please post in the Acrobat forums.

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Jul 19, 2011 Jul 19, 2011

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