Navigating Multi-Page PDFs with Buttons


show more Using a button to go to a specific page in a PDF provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by James Fritz as part of the InDesign CS5: Interactive Documents and Presentations show less
please wait ...

Using a button to go to a specific page in a PDF

In this version of my presentation, I've created an alternate title slide. I want to click on each icon to go to that page. In order to do this, I'm going to create buttons for every thumbnail. Let's begin by selecting the first slide. With this selected, let's go to our Button panel. I'm going to create a Normal and Rollover state. On the Normal state, I'm going to change the opacity to 40%. Next I'm going to name it p2, because when I click on this, I want to go to the second page. Now, I want to add an action to go to the second page.

By clicking on Actions, and I choose Go To Page, you'll see it's under SWF only, but I want it to be PDF and SWF. So instead of choosing Go To Page, I'm going to choose Go To Destination. When you choose Go To Destination, I have a few destinations available, and one of them is Explore California. The reason I have some destinations available is because I made bookmarks earlier. Now if I have already created bookmark ...

Using a button to go to a specific page in a PDF
Video duration: 3m 11s 3h 51m Intermediate

Viewers:

Using a button to go to a specific page in a PDF provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by James Fritz as part of the InDesign CS5: Interactive Documents and Presentations

Subjects:
Design Web
Software:
InDesign
Author:
please wait ...