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@zachzurn... I actually came across this write up and it might be exactly what you are looking for. https://indesignsecrets.com/outlining-fonts-the-2016-edition.php
After creating PDF without links, open it in Adobe Acrobat and choose the place where you want to link like in the image below: Then choose Create Link in the menu and select the option "Open a Web Page": Click Next and you will be prompted with a text box. Fill it with "mailto:email@example.com" without quotation marks. And you'll be done! Hope it ...
You could always export / render a vector file to essentially "convert" it into a large enough bitmap image. Make sure you satisfy the resolution (dpi) requirements of the printing application it's designed for it depends on the distance document will be viewed at. That's a topic outside the scope of this question. If it's a multi-page PDF then a series of ...
Adobe InDesign is not meant for creating reliable imposed PDF files. I always hate when I see an answer like "Why would you want to do that?" ... now I am guilty of asking it. For the last 5 years or so, there is no professional printer asking to deliver the imposition. Please check this link, where you will see even the staff of Adobe passing the ...
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