Set Page Transitions and Design Documents in InDesign


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Setting page transitions

When you're viewing interactive documents exported from InDesign, the change from one page to the next is instantaneous by default. In many cases, this'll be fine, but for a presentation, especially one that's being viewed in Full Screen mode, that change can seem pretty abrupt. You can smooth the change from one page to the next by adding special effects called page transitions. There are two places where you can add page transitions to your document: the Pages panel and the Page Transitions panel. In the Pages panel, I'll right-click on one of the pages and choose Page Attributes > Page Transitions > Choose.

I could also get the same choice in the Pages Panel menu. This opens the Page Transitions dialog box, where I can see 12 different types of page transitions, and if I mouse over any one of them, I get a generic preview of the effect. When I find one I like I can click to select it. I'll choose Fade. And by default Apply to All Spreads is selected. So I'l...

Setting page transitions
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Setting page transitions provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mike Rankin as part of the InDesign CS6: Interactive Documents

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