InDesign CS6: Interactive Documents: How To Pan and Zoom


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Panning and zooming

Did you ever see a compelling photo in a print publication that you wished you could see more of? Maybe you wish you could see what was just beyond the edge of the photo or maybe you wished you could zoom in to see the small details better. Well you can do both of those things with the Pan & Zoom overlay. Here I have the page in my document where I've placed a couple images of an art gallery, and it's a large photo. I don't want to fill the whole page, but I would like people to be able to see the detail of the photo and have the sort of fun experience of exploring past the edges of the photo and see what's beyond them. So this is a perfect use for Pan & Zoom.

You can use PNG or JPEG files with Pan & Zoom, but Adobe recommends JPEG, it's also worth noting the Pan & Zoom is not meant to work with images containing transparency. Also a static image called the poster is displayed before the user taps it to start the Pan & Zoom. If the image contains tr...

Panning and zooming
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Panning and zooming provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mike Rankin as part of the InDesign CS6: Interactive Documents

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