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How to use links in PDFs

In Nebo, PDFs can have two kinds of links: one that takes you to a specific place in the PDF, and another that leads you to an external file, website or email.

Internal links

Internal links are used to quickly navigate between different spots in your PDF. Tap them with your finger to scroll to the related page. Internal links are mainly found in:

  • Table of contents: usually found at the beginning of the PDF, it provides direct access to all sections and titles within the document.
  • Digital planners: feature internal links on every page, enabling quick navigation through days, weeks, and months for efficient yearly planning.

Web links

Web links are used to navigate outside Nebo to online content. Tap them with your finger to open in your default web browser or email client. Nebo supports web links to:

  • Files
  • Websites
  • Emails

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