Documents with link text (i.e. www.IllinoisState.edu) should be hyperlinked to open the web page referenced. If you have access to the original source document, it may be easier to update the link there before exporting or saving as a PDF. If you do not have access to the source document and need to hyperlink text in a PDF, use the following instructions.
From the Tools List on the right side of the screen, select Edit PDF tool.
Select the Link Option from the tool bar at the top of the screen. This will open the Add or Edit link drop down menu. Choose Add/Edit Web or Document Link option.
With cursor, select the Link text by creating a box around the text.
In the Create Link dialog box, select the following options listed below. Then choose Next button.
Select Open a web page radio button.
In the Edit URL dialog box, type (or copy and paste) full URL into the edit box. Choose OK button.
Use mouse to move and resize the underline the underline, necessary. Make sure the under line is only under the linked text.
In the tags pane, right click on the the Tags tag. Select the Find option.
In the Find Element dialog, choose Unmarked Links option from the Find select box. Choose Find button. For each unmarked link select Tag Element button. New <Link> tags will appear in the tags tree. Then choose the Close button.
Cut and paste the appropriate <Link> tag as a child to the corresponding paragraph tag (<P>).