That's good, Andrew, I was looking to see how hot html links were created in pdfs in Create.
adapterik, here is a work-around that you might want to try.
Create your document, including navigation buttons, and embed your rich media files too, while you're at it. Then, export as html using the make CSS option to a local directory. Open it up, find the index page and review that everything is working as it should.
Make a new folder, and drop the exported html folder into it, either Zipped or intact. Make a plain or rich text document, named Read Me First, or whatever you'd like to name it. It should explain that the directory needs to be opened (if applicable) and copied to a drive, and to navigate to the index file to watch it in any browser. Local links like this can also be bookmarked, too, as long as the end user kept the directory somewhere on his computer (flash drive, CD inserted)
Then ZIP that folder all up, and it should be ready for emailing, or archiving to a CD. It's not a pdf, but I think that the effect would be quite similar to what you're looking for.
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