Use the menu Insert->,File->,External Material and there the template pdfpages.For more information about this, see LyX's Embedded Objects manual, section External Material. Enable the hyperref support in the document settings under PDF Properties. Then all URLs within a LyX URL box will be created as clickable hyperlinks. This is done in the document settings under PDF PropertiesFor more information about this, see LyX's User's Guide manual, section PDF Properties. Enable the hyperref support in the document settings under PDF Properties. Open in LyX a TeX code box by pressing C-L. Now write: pdfbookmark{Text of bookmark}{Name of anchor} The default LaTeX fonts (cm or ec) are bitmap fonts. Therefore they cannot be scaled to any size and in PDF they look pixeled. This is done in the document settings under PDF PropertiesFor more information about this, see LyX's User's Guide manual, section PDF Properties. If you are using for example Algorithm floats you run into problems with LyX and hyperref. hyperref needs to be loaded before the algorithm package. Unfortunately LyX loads 'native' packages before the packages defined in Latex Preamble. A workaround is to _not_ use Algorithm floats (preventing LyX to load the package) and instead define your float in ERT. See http://www.mail-archive.com/lyx-users@lists.lyx.org/msg51007.html for details. An advantage of this method is that you can define your own caption names e.g. 'Listing' Yes. Use the LaTeX package pdfcomment. Here is a module that adds some native LyX-support for that package. As of Adobe Acrobat 7 (pro) you can set the permissions of a PDF so that other users can insert annotations with the free Adobe Reader >,= 7.0. By default, this is not allowed. Unfortunately, there is no way yet to change this special permission outside of Acrobat. Due to a very rigid licensing policy (of Adobe) it is unlikely that this will change in the future. You are using package 'hyperref' and you have at least two pages '1'. ==>, recommended hyperref options: plainpages=false,pdfpagelabels LyX supports three different ways of producing PDF files. This is because all of them have their specific pros and cons. Traditionally, you converted your LaTeX source file to a DVI file, which could then be converted to PostScript with dvips. This, in turn, can be converted to a PDF file by ps2pdf (LyX does all those steps automatically for you if you select PDF (which is in fact ps2pdf) as output format: If you don't need PostScript output, you can save a step by going directly from DVI to PDF format by using dvipdfm or the newer dvipdfmx, which is intended to supersede the former: If all the fonts are not embedded, and if the file is sent to other people who have not the non-embedded fonts installed, there will happen a font substitution which can make the pdf file unreadable. This is the reason why most publishers simply do not accept PDF documents with non-embedded fonts (and with bitmapped fonts, see the previous question). Note that recent versions of the epstopdf script default to embedded fonts creation (a good source of non-embedded fonts are eps files created by external applications). Source.


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