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Creating a new interactive document

Creating a new interactive document: InDesign: Interactive PDFs (2013)
Creating a new interactive document: InDesign: Interactive PDFs (2013)

Join for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a new interactive document, part of InDesign: Interactive PDFs (2013).

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Q: I am trying to turn objects in a layered InDesign document into buttons, following the lessons in Chapter 3, but they don't show up when I export to PDF. What's wrong?

A: This is a known issue with InDesign, stacked layers, and buttons. The final stacking order in your PDF is actually determined by the order the buttons are created, not the stacking order of the layers in your document. David Blatner has researched and proposed a solution to this issue on his InDesign Secrets blog. Read more about it here.

Q: This course was updated on 01/17/2014. What changed?

A: The author updated three movies in the "Links and Bookmarks" chapter, since the behavior of hyperlinks has recently changed in InDesign CC.

Skills covered in this course
Design Digital Publishing PDF InDesign

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