If your document will be shared online, it’s helpful to include hyperlinks. Instead of copying a link and pasting it into a browser, your viewer can simply click the hyperlink to get to the desired destination. In InDesign, you can set up text links as well as non-text objects as hyperlinks, and it’s just as easy to link to an email message.
Select Link To: Email, and enter the Address and desired Subject Line. Optionally, you may specify a highlight appearance when a viewer clicks the hyperlink. For example, select Highlight: Invert to invert the link color.
When you distribute the document as a PDF or a SWF file, a blank email message will open in the viewer’s default email client when the email link is clicked.
Tip: If you expect to use this email link in other documents, you can store it in the Hyperlinks panel for easy access. Select Shared Hyperlink Destination to add it to the Hyperlinks panel.
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