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Old 02-07-2011, 04:15 PM
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Hi guys, with office 2007, in particular with onenote, is it possible to create an hypertext link to a speficif page of a pdf?

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Hi serbring,

AFAIK that's only possible if there's an actual bookmark in the pdf to link to - even when you're not using Onenote
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Hi serbring,

AFAIK that's only possible if there's an actual bookmark in the pdf to link to - even when you're not using Onenote
Hi macropod,

that is good, because I can add a bookmark in the pdf file, but how can I do it?
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Hi macropod,

that is good, because I can add a bookmark in the pdf file, but how can I do it?
Sorry, I'm not familiar with Adobe's pdf bookmarking. It's not something I've ever needed to access from Word. I do know pdf bookmarks exist, since I've seen Acrobat refer to them while creating pdfs. However, it's also possible that those aren't the same as what Word calls bookmarks and wouldn't be accessible to Word.
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Sorry, I'm not familiar with Adobe's pdf bookmarking. It's not something I've ever needed to access from Word. I do know pdf bookmarks exist, since I've seen Acrobat refer to them while creating pdfs. However, it's also possible that those aren't the same as what Word calls bookmarks and wouldn't be accessible to Word.
It seems possible, I have found this:

http://www.rdpslides.com/psfaq/FAQ00050.htm

But how can I type html code in onenote, or word?
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It seems possible, I have found this:

http://www.rdpslides.com/psfaq/FAQ00050.htm

But how can I type html code in onenote, or word?
I don't see anything in that link that's specifically applicable to Word. You should also note these comments near the top of the page:
The following only works when the HTML document is served by a web server. It will not work from a local drive.
You cannot link to bookmarks within a PDF.
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Thanks a lot, I will continue my research with google
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