Making a pdf from powerpoint: hyperlink translation: how to?

Can anyone tell me if you can create a hyperlink in powerpoint to point to a file outside the document or to another slide and when you create a PDF out of the document, will adobe acrobat professional translate and preserve the hyperlink in the resultant PDF?
I feel funny asking a simple question like this...

"will adobe acrobat professional translate and preserve the hyperlink in the resultant PDF?"
No. You must re-create the link in Acrobat.

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