Add link to header/footer
It would be great to be able to have links available in the headers/footers feature. This would help tremendously with very large doc’s with more than 100 pages, particularly if the reader of the document tries to jump from one section to another.
This would help if one tries to create ‘Back to home page’ links on every page in a large pdf document. Say, one creates a ‘Table of Contents’ in the beginning of the deck, with links to every section in the deck. Once you get to the respective section (e.g. pages 120-150 in the deck), it would be great if the reader of the doc could just hit a ‘back to home page’ link at the top of the page that would take him/her back to the table of contents. This would make the pdf document truly ineractive, as it would allow the reader of the document to easily jump from one section to another, without having to scroll through hundreds of pages.
Right now this could be achieved only by using the Rich Media / Button feature, but this only works on computers, not iPhones or iPads.
Buttons are also stripped in Mac Preview, making this potential link feature a nice workaround.
ms. TechWriter commented
I like this idea, though I prefer to design buttons and links on my master pages of InDesign (where I usually create my documents) then convert to pdf.
I would also like to see if there could be a way to make this happen, when I create my companies Board Books on every page, which is usually over 200 hundred pages, a way to link my "Return to Agenda" back to a page and not have to create a link on every page which takes me forever to do. Another idea would be to have a table of contents which recognizes the pages inserted and automatically link to the page noted.