a Internet or E-mail Message Link
If you have ever wanted to have the user click a page, image, or button in a PDF form and have it bring up a World Wide Web Link or prefilled, pre-addressed e-mail, then read on.
Select the "Chain Link" button from the Adobe left toolbar.
Now right mouse click-hold-drag-and release in an area within the Adobe form area, to create a link area. This will bring up the following of Action Menu: 'World Wide Web Link' (see Fig 1.1) Now select the desired action from the "Action Type" drop down menu. For a web link or E-mail message, select the 'Edit URL...' button.
1) Creating a Internet Web Link
In the "Edit URL" entry area (see Fig 1.2) type in an Internet web address. Note: make sure you use the complete address, i.e.. http://www. preface. A good tip is to actually visit the web site address, and then copy and paste the web address from your browser. Click "OK", and you are finished.
2) Creating a Pre-addresses E-mail Message Link
In the "Edit URL" entry area (see Fig 1.2) instead of typing an Internet address (i.e. http://www.anywhere.com) type (see Fig 1.2): mailto:email@example.com When the link is clicked it will activate users e-mail software and enter the address automatically in a new e-mail message. Click "OK", and you are finished.
3) Additional Pre-addresses E-mail Message Options
In addition to just the Recipient's e-mail address you can also add a Subject: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?Subject=Subject If you want to add spaces, you will need to put the characters '%20' in every time: mailto:email@example.com?Subject=Subject%20Field%20Is%20This%20One You take it one step further and also add a small Body Message: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?Subject=My%20Subject?Body=Message%20body (%0A will insert a Carriage Return for you)
If you want to control how Web Links are opened, click the Right Mouse Button on a Web Link and select one of the three options:
You can also extract the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) for the Web Link by selecting the last option 'Copy Link Location'.
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