Indesign/Acrobat PDF - embedded link file(word, excel, pdf)

Hi,
In the microsoft word, we can embedd, the pdf, word or excel files as link, so that when you click the embedded file (for eg. if you click the pdf icon of embedded file in word, the pdf file will open, as same as the word files and excel files will open) . There is will no seperate link files will be there. (so from a word doc embedded with pdf files and excel files will be opened from the word itself)
Is there any option to do like this in Indesign or Pdf, where we can embedd the Link files inside the indesign, without linking the files from the hard dirve or server.
Any idea about this? You people understand what i am trying to say?

Acrobat Pro has an Attachements navigation panel that you can add (embed) files that will open in their native application when clicked to open.
InDesign can do something similar... you can embed files via the Links panel... you can also edit original (but you might need to unembed it first.
Not on a computer with InDesign right now, I will check tommorrow.

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