link in a pdf file

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Hi, I know the question has already been asked a few times, a year or more ago. But I am wondering anyway. I am generating a pdf document, in which I would like to put a url link. The user would receive this pdf document by email for example and I would like  that the user could access the link. Either just the link in which the user click redirects to a specific url or the best would be a caption (link Name) and the value (link). Any idea if it's possible?  Thanks Yorann
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You can use a dynamic label and set it to render as HTML. The link will be clickable from any PDF reader.
 

<a href="www.example.com">link</a>

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You need to set it to render as XHTML. Then it should work. 

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Thanks that's work very well.
Any way to change the caption?

(ie Showing 'Mendix' and the link would be 'https://forum.mendixcloud.com')

 

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Thanks for all answers.
 

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