How To Create Navigation Buttons In Indesign Cs6


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Creating navigation buttons

So far we've seen how to create a few different ways of navigating an interactive document with things like arrow buttons and clickable hyperlink tables of contents. Let's look at another navigation system. This time we'll make one that contains clickable thumbnails of each page and a sliding drawer that we can access at any time. To create this sliding navigation system we're going to create buttons and combine them with animation. So I'm going to go to my navigation master page and make sure that I'm on the Navigation layer, so I'm on N-Nav and I have the Navigation layer selected.

I've set up a few things in advance here and the first thing is I went to my Preferences by pressing Command+K or Ctrl+K, and I went down to Guides & Pasteboard and I increased the Vertical Margin here to 400 pixels. That was to give me enough pasteboard room to construct the drawer that I want to underneath the document. That's this thing down here. I also created this bl...

Creating navigation buttons
Video duration: 5m 15s 5h 11m Intermediate

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Creating navigation buttons provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mike Rankin as part of the InDesign CS6: Interactive Documents

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