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Remote Desktop Link in pdf

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I have a word document with a remote desktop link (rdp).

When I convert the document to a pdf (Acrobat Professional 11), the RDP becomes an inactive icon.

How would I get a remote desktop link into a pdf?

Thanks in advance.
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What version of Word are you using?

When I use Save as with Word 2010, the links works appropriately. I have the same result when I use the Acrobat plugin in Word 2010.
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This is word 2014.  Remote Desktop links are different than other website links.  The remote desktop (which appears as an icon in the Word document-- but has link function) becomes just an icon in the pdf.
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Word 2013???

can you post the Word document with the remote desktop (which appears as an icon in the Word document-- but has link function)?
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I have a community conversation running on the Adobe community with an Adobe tech.
I will post the answer I receive over here so others can benefit from it.
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Appears there is no way to do this.
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No one answered the question, but I don't want to delete it-- it is an important question.
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