Some DWF files published by AutoCAD, Inventor, and Revit haveembedded in them, connecting them to other views, drawings, 3D models, web pages, or other data such as parts lists or bills of material.
Some hyperlinks link to multiple locations. When you place the mouse pointer over a hyperlink, a hyperlink viewport is displayed. If more than one destination exists, the viewport displays “Multiple URLs - Ctrl-click to follow link”. When you press Ctrl and click, the viewport displays a list of the links you can follow from the current hyperlink.
If there are hyperlinks on the sheet,and text that do not have hyperlinks turn grayscale (black and white), and objects or text with hyperlinks are typically highlighted in blue.
To hide hyperlinks, repeat this step. The grayscale returns to color, and the highlighting on hyperlinks are turned off.
The zoomed view, drawing, model, or web page to which it was linked opens. If the link is to a table or list, the pane that it opens in becomes active.
You can choose to follow included links or not, but you cannot change the hyperlinks in the published DWF file.