Specify how to export bookmarks, document references and hyperlinks in your document.
All hyperlinks in your LibreOffice document are exported automatically to your PDF document.
Enable the checkbox to export bookmarks in your document as named destinations in the PDF document. The destinations correspond to the location of your bookmarks. Use these destinations to create URL links that point to these locations in the PDF document.
Enable this checkbox to convert the URLs referencing other ODF files to PDF files with the same name. In the referencing URLs the extensions .odt, .odp, .ods, .odg, and .odm are converted to the extension .pdf.
Enable this checkbox to export URLs to other documents as relative URLs in the file system. See "relative hyperlinks" in the Help.
Specify how to handle hyperlinks from your PDF file to other files.
Links from your PDF document to other documents will be handled as it is specified in your operating system.
Cross-document links are opened with the PDF reader application that currently shows the document. The PDF reader application must be able to handle the specified file type inside the hyperlink.
Cross-document links are opened with the Internet browser. The Internet browser must be able to handle the specified file type inside the hyperlink.