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The Portable Document Format or PDF is a widely used file format used for business documents because you can access them from any device. PDF files will always appear the same, whether you open them on a Mac, a Microsoft one or use a smartphone.

The next primary reason is data protection: PDF files are easy to encrypt, so so they're risk-free for sharing data from person to person. In addition to password protection, particular platforms offer opening history to track down those who read or filled out the document.

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the author of the document followed by a period. the title of the document followed by a period. the URL in typewriter font (including http:// because some URLs are ftp://) preceded by available at: the date when the URL was last checked (month seems sufficient)
Author or organisation responsible for the site, in CAPITALS. Title of the website (in italics) [online] Place of publication and publisher. The date the site was published or last updated. Date you viewed the website. The URL.
Author or authors. The surname is followed by first initials. Year. Title (in italics). Publisher. Where there is a corporate author, the publisher and author may be the same. Date viewed. Web address .
Citing on the reference page If necessary, include the retrieval month date, year, (in that order) between Retrieved and from URL in the last segment of the citation. Note: When a site does not have a web page/article title, replace it in the citation with the full site's title.
Provide the website name (without italics) in the source element. Include a period after the website name, followed by the URL. When the author of the work is the same as the website name, omit the site name from the source element to avoid repetition.
Select the text or picture that you want to display as a hyperlink. On the Insert tab, click Hyperlink . Under Link to, click Existing File or Web Page. In the Look in box, click the down arrow, and find and select the file that you want to link to.
Select what you'd like to turn into a link and then select Insert > Hyperlink or press Ctrl + K. Select Place in This Document. Choose where you'd like the link to connect to and select OK.
Highlight the text (or image) that you would like to turn into a link. Click the Create Hyperlink icon (Figure) in the toolbar. Select Link to a file. Click Next. Select Existing file from server, and click Next.
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