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How to Add a Links to a PDF

Updated: Oct 9, 2018



A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, the PDF document format was created. The original purpose of PDF was to allow folks in the business world to share documents electronically in a way that kept consistent formatting and layout, even when the document was opened on computers with different operating systems.

Today, PDFs are still a popular format for electronic documents that need to be printed on paper with consistent formatting, including curriculum materials for the classroom. As a teacher in Ceres, you can use Kami to use and share PDFs in your classroom. Kami allows you and your students to do a lot of great things with a PDF file, including annotating, drawing, speech-to-text, text-to-speech, and sharing with other editors. However, there is one thing Kami doesn't let you do (yet): add a clickable link to another web page. You may, for example, want to add a buttons or links that your students can use to open supplemental resources, video clips, news articles, Google Docs, etc. The possibilities are practically endless!

To add URL links to a PDF document, you'll need the full version of Adobe Acrobat Pro DC. Check out our video tutorial below and, as always, if decide to give this a try, we'd love to hear your feedback and ideas.



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