Now you’ll correct the broken links on the contents page and add a missing link.
- Go to page 1, the table of contents page, if you’re not there already.
Click the links for each of the table of contents entries to identify problems. The link for page 3 and the second link for page 6 go to the wrong pages. There is no link for the last entry.
First, you’ll correct the links that go to the wrong pages.
- Open the Content Editing panel in the Tools pane, and select the Add Or Edit Link tool. Acrobat outlines the links on the page.
- Double-click the link for page 3, “What is the City of Meridien Conference?”
- In the Link Properties dialog box, click the Actions tab. The action associated with this link is to go to page 3. Click Edit.
- In the Go To A Page In This Document dialog box, select Use Page Number, and enter 3 in the Page box. Click OK.
The listed action now goes to page 4. Remember that you renumbered the pages, so page 3 is actually the 4th page in the PDF file.
- Click OK.
- Select the Selection tool, and click the link for page 3. It goes to the appropriate page now. Return to the table of contents page.
- Follow steps 3–7 to make the same change for the link to the previous event results, changing the linked page number to page 6.
Now you’ll create a link for the last entry.
- Go to page 1, if you’re not there already, and select the Add Or Edit Link tool in the Content Editing panel.
- Drag a link box around the final contents entry, “10 General information.”
- In the Create Link dialog box, choose Invisible Rectangle for the Link Type, and select Go To A Page View in the Link Action area. Then click Next.
- Scroll to page 10. When the General Information page is on the screen, click Set Link. Acrobat returns you to the contents page.
- Select the Selection tool, and then click the link you just created to test it.
- Choose File > Save to save your work.