Links improve the readability of PDF documents by condensing the text. They’re more user-friendly than footnotes or endnotes, and they help you direct readers to supplemental information that may be useful. Plus, they’re universally compatible, so you can convert any Microsoft Word document or Google Doc into a linked PDF that anyone can read in any web browser.
You can save time by sharing PDFs as links instead of uploading the files to send as attachments. There’s no need to send the whole file when you can store it securely in the cloud and create a shareable link.
Share PDFs with a link.
Share an anonymous or public web link.
Share by email.
Share with an invitation.
Click the Share This File with Others icon and enter the name or email of the recipient. Leave the default message or write your own. Click Send, and your recipients will get an email notification with the link button.
Track your linked PDF.
It’s easy to check the activity and timestamps of your shared PDF to see if it’s been viewed. Just select Home in the top left of your Acrobat window. Click Shared and choose to view files you’ve shared or files shared by others. All the files shared for viewing are displayed with their names, status, and timestamp of the last activity.
With Acrobat Pro, creating user-friendly PDF documents and sharing them is easy, fast, and secure.
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