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Create an empty Word document, click Object > Text from files under Insert tab. In the Insert File window, select the Word documents you will combine to a PDF file, and click the Insert button. Then all selected documents are inserted into current document.
Open the document you wish to save as PDF. Select the text you wish to hyperlink. Click "Insert" or "Tools" on the main toolbar of your word processing software. Click the button next to the position where you want the hyperlink to appear. Click "File" then "Save As" on the drop-down menu.
You need to generate the pdf by going to 'Save As' and choosing 'pdf' from the 'file formats' menu at the bottom. Below 'file format' you then need to select 'Best for electronic distribution and accessibility' and that will retain all the links.
If links are not working in your PDF, you should use the Export feature of MS Word 2013 or Save As feature of MS Word 2007. When I exported my ebook as a PDF, I found that all the links in PDF were intact and clickable. Go to File menu and then select Export To option. Then click PDF or XPS.
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