Extract, Find And Replace Links In PDF Files With This Clever Tool


PDF Link EditorPDF Link Editor (www.pdflinkeditor.com) is a neat tool for Windows that searches for, and displays, all the links in a PDF file. You can then extract all of those links to use elsewhere, or you can replace any of them with links of your own. It's useful if, for example, you want to distribute a certain PDF file to friends, family or employees but you don't necessarily want them clicking on certain links. It's also useful for updating broken links in a PDF file, or for extracting all the links in a file you downloaded in order that you can study the web sites that they point to.

The program is free, and the download is 17 MB or so. The file is malware-free according to VirusTotal, and the download site is rated as reputable by Web of Trust.












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This is a free application and it supports adding hyperlinks to PDF in batch either.

Thanks Rob

In addition I have always wanted to create simple forms saved as a PDF. That is, creating a PDF containing text headings or questions, with tabbable answer sections, so clients can complete the form and save the answers as a PDF