How does one delete hot links from Webpages saved in PDF?

Asked by Catin Dehat on 2009-07-16

A Community Documentation for "Using the Terminal" contained many hot links in the contents" listing that were carried over to a copy of the Web page saved in PDF. With the PDF document opened in Evince (Document Viewer 2.26.1), clicking on the "Contents" opens Firefox and goes to the original Web page from which the (now) PDF document came instead of my preferred action: to go to the PDF document's contents. How do I remove the hot links?

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2009-07-16
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2009-07-17
midnightflash (midnightflash) said : #1

Normally you should change the source-document and then create a new PDF from that.

An other option is to install the PFD-Importer-AddOn for OpenOffice:
http://extensions.services.openoffice.org/node/2586

With this one installed you can edit the document when you open it with OpenOffice-Draw.

Much fun.

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