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What should be avoided when printing an appropriate resume document?

The paper color of your printed resume should be some shade of white or off-white; avoid colors like baby blue or hot pink unless you’re applying to be the Easter Bunny. Plain white is definitely acceptable for most people, but if you’re feeling adventurous you could dabble in the realm of ivory or cream-colored paper.

If links are not working in your PDF, you should use the Export feature of MS Word 2013 or Save As feature of MS Word 2007. When I exported my ebook as a PDF, I found that all the links in PDF were intact and clickable. Go to File menu and then select Export To option. Then click PDF or XPS.

How to Convert Word to PDF and Keep Embedded Links

  1. Step 1: Save (Don’t Print) Go to File->Save As and choose the destination where you want to save your file.
  2. Step 2: Set File Type. Under File Name, you’ll see a drop down menu labeled Save As Type.
  3. Step 3: Set Options.
  4. Step 4: Click Save.

Link to a file attachment

  1. Open a PDF that contains a PDF file attachment.
  2. Go to where you want to create a link.
  3. Choose Tools > Edit PDF > Link > Add or Edit, and select the area for the link.
  4. In the Create Link dialog box, set the link appearance, select Go To A Page View, and then click Next.

If links are not opening up in the browser, or if two tabs/windows are opening on each click, try the following: 1) Change your default browser to another browser and then change it back. 2) Make sure your browser is up-to-date. …

Type what you want to appear in the “Text to display” field. This is what will appear as the clickable link. Paste the link in the “Address,” “URL,” or “Link to” field. Click in the field and press Ctrl + V (Windows) or ⌘ Cmd + V (Mac) to paste the copied link.

Answer: A: Tap and hold on the link, and a pop-up should appear. Tap Copy. If that doesn’t work, tap the whole message and choose copy, then paste it wherever you want and delete the part that you don’t need.