I saved a web page instruction as a pdf file using the Mac print > save as pdf capability.
If I do that using Safari for the web page (rather than Camino for instance), any links on that web page become clickable (if I use Camino they do not).
But now I would like to change the link the linked text on the pdf is pointing to - not the pdf text, just the link.
When I embed a link in a word document for example, then save that as a pdf document, doing a right click on the link will bring up a contextual menu where one of the items is a window where I can change the actual embedded link but that doesn't work with the pdf document saved from the web.
Save the web page locally, edit the HTML to update the hyperlink to your intended destination, open the local version of the page and print to PDF.
Alternately, use Adobe Acrobat Pro.
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You can also use any number of PDF editing programs, like PDF Pen or PDF Nomad (links take you to the Mac App Store).
I scored PDF Nomad on one of those "free app specials" awhile back, and it worked great... until I let the darn thing auto-update to a new version (1.0-->1.4) which is no longer registered. Sneaky buggers.
EDIT: Oops - you're faster on the draw than I am. If you have Acrobat Pro, you have no need for the abovementioned apps.
As for how to do it, I'd give you step-by-step instructions... except my version of Acrobat Pro was CS2, which I abandoned when I moved to Lion...