Link to pdf destination vs. pdf page
Dec 28, 2016
I have an 85-page pdf and want to link readers only to specific destinations I have created. They will need to link to different parts the document many times throughout several modules, and I want the exactly relevant paragraph to appear at the top of users' page when it opens.
I've tried using the instructions at this site to open a pdf file to a set destination: https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/link-html-pdf-page-acrobat.html
I downloaded the pdf to my C drive and added a destination, but is also available at a government URL. Once I publish the module, I can get the link to open to a specific page, but not to a specific DESTINATION; often the relevant paragraphs are further down the page under a subheading, so I don't want to link right to the page because users will then have to scroll down and search for the 1-2 paragraphs I actually wanted them to read.
The method I am using is to create a button with "Jump to file" as the action. It opens to the (correct) page 17 when I add "#page=17" to the end of the name of the file name, but I cannot get it to link to my set destination paragraph, for which the destination is named "Engaging a Reporter"
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