Tips & Tricks

Quickly open PDF Web links

April 27, 2006

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Did you know that Acrobat 7 allows users to open Web links within either Acrobat (effectively capturing the Web page on-the-fly) or a Web browser like Internet Explorer or Firefox? What's more, users can open Web links in a flash with some nifty keyboard shortcuts.

Here's how:

  1. In Acrobat, hold down the Shift key and click a link to open it automatically in your browser.
  2. OR hold down the Ctrl key and click a link to open it as a PDF in Acrobat.

All done. Simple, huh?

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