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How to Create an Interactive PDF

Let's face it, PDFs are usually pretty boring documents! But we need PDFs in our lives, especially when working in the office. So why not get creative and make your PDFs more interactive and engaging for your audience?

If you're looking for ways to make your PDF catalog, magazine, or portfolio more interactive and engaging, this guide will help. Let's start by explaining what a PDF is.

What is a PDF?

There is not much to explain in and of itself and actually everyone has worked with PDFs at some point. A PDF (Portable Document Format) is a file format for securely capturing and sending electronic documents. Regardless of which operating system the recipient has, the file is always displayed correctly and all formatting is retained. PDF is one of the most common file types used today, and PDF files are primarily intended for viewing, not editing.

How can you make PDFs more interactive?

We usually use PDFs to share documents, catalogs or magazines with our readers, customers, colleagues or friends. In today's digital age, brands are in a constant battle for the attention of their customers. And keeping a customer or reader's attention for as long as possible is no easy task.

Yes, PDF can be a pretty boring format, but there are several ways you can add an extra layer of interactivity.

How you can make your PDFs more interactive:

When we think about interactive PDFs, we are probably talking about digital catalogs, magazines, brochures, or even presentations.

Hyperlinks Adding hyperlinks is a great way to make your PDFs more interactive. Let's say you've created a digital catalog to showcase your latest shoe collection. By adding hyperlinks to your digital catalog, you can send readers straight from the catalog to your website. It's that easy to increase traffic and sales on your website!