How to Create a Slideshow with an InDesign Multistate Object


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Creating a slideshow with a multistate object

When you design traditional print documents a large group of images can take up most of your layout. With interactive documents you can be much more economical with your space. I am going to create a slideshow with a multi-state object. With my Selection tool, I am going to click and drag and select these images. Next, I am going to go to my Align panel. If you don't have this open, you can go to Window > Object & Layout > Align or press Shift+F7. Back in the Align panel I am going to align my objects to the left edges and then also align them on their top edges.

I can close this panel. Now before I create a multi-state object I want all these images to fade in, so I am going to go to my Animation panel and choose Fade In. Next, we'll go to our Object States panel and create a new multi-State object. We'll give the object the name slideshow. Now in order to move from image to image we have to have buttons to go forward and backward. I am going to deselect and select th...

Creating a slideshow with a multistate object
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Creating a slideshow with a multistate object provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by James Fritz as part of the InDesign CS5: Interactive Documents and Presentations

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Design Web
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InDesign
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