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How can I make a PDF file to a link?

You need to uplaod the PDF somewhere. My understanding is more you want to distribute a PDF via a link rather than add a link to the document. I use Dropbox for this kind of thing. At work my IT guy uploads files to one of our servers creating a unique link but Dropbox, Google Drive, etc. all do the same thing. You can also control who has access to the file.

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Is there a manual process? The manual method requires more effort and more errors, but it creates a higher quality, smaller, easier to maintain PDF. I have a colleague in my office who uses the manual method to create the docs, but it has a little of an annoying issue: This person is using Google Docs. He knows how to use the Dropbox API, but Google Docs doesn't have a link to the PDFs he is generating. This person goes into the document and makes a copy of the page with the links: “Hello World” “Welcome to Google Docs” “Your first test” Now he puts each link from the PDF back into the Google Docs document and sends it out: “Hello World” “Welcome to Google Docs” “Your first test” It's a little annoying but it works. Conclusion There is no hard-and-fast rule for which method to use, but using the simplest method will save.

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