InDesign 2.0 help

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gws226

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hey all,

Im not familiar with InDesign 2.0 and hopefully have a very basic question that someone can answer.

In my spread I have hyperlinks... that need to be enabled when exporting to Acrobat. The links were relatively long and do to my lack of experience I decided to change the font color to be that of the background color on parts of the hyperlinks for a cleaner look...

When I exported to Acrobat there are unsightly boxes around the links... (these boxes don't appear when I disable the export with hyperlink options)

2 questions:

1. Is there a method to make link appear like that below within InDesign?
Something like this maybe?--->Click here

and/or

2. Is there a way to remove the unsightly boxes from the pdf when you export?

Thanks in advance,
George
 

gws226

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here is an a screen shot of PDF with the 'boxes' around the hyperlinks.... (which are not there when viewing through InDesign)

 

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eddie5659

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Hiya

Try this:

Open the Hypherlinks palette (Window > Hyperlink). Select the hyperlink in the palette, and choose Delete Hyperlink from the flyout menu, or click the Delete Hyperlink button.

Are you creating any of these in Word?

Regards

eddie
 

gws226

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Eddie,

Thank you for the reply... Sorry I haven't gotten back to you... I have been relieved (thats I was happily relieved) of this project...

For kicks I will give your suggestion a try tomorrow....

Thank you so much for all the help
George
 
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