Is it possible to embed banner advertisements or internet text links into a PDF file, to sort of make it an interactive experience? Or does it just become a solid page image where a link could not be clicked. I'm fairly interested in posting small advertisements to boost some revenue off of free e-books I post.
Posted on: 3:22 pm on February 23, 2005
no need for .pdf files ebookcompiler can create .exe and yeah you can also include .pdf into it, with ebookcompiler you can just insert the same banner codes as you insert it in normal .html page.
Posted on: 10:33 am on March 11, 2005
As far as I know, you can make links and banners clickable in .pdf documents. Here is a page that describes the process in some detail for you. I hope this helps...
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