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Interaktives Portfolio wird in einzelnen Seiten exportiert.

New Here ,
Nov 15, 2022 Nov 15, 2022

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Hallo zusammen 

 

Ich habe eine interaktive pdf Datei mit InDesign erstellt. In der Vorschau klappt alles gut mit den Schaltflächen und den Animationen. Jedoch wenn ich das pdf exportiere, werden alle Seiten einzeln gespeichert. Die Animationen der Schaltflächen  funktionieren immernoch, aber nur auf einzelnen Seiten  und ohne das Ziel aufzurufen, das ich verankert habe.

 

Wäre toll wenn mir jemand helfen könnte!

 

Danke im Vorraus und Grüsse

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Community Expert , Nov 16, 2022 Nov 16, 2022

There is no preview for PDF in InDesign, only EPUB and I suspect that has fooled you into thinking it will work in PDF. Unfortunately, it won't. While buttons might work, animations will not.

 

Not all button actions are supported in PDF and those that are won't work in many third-party PDF readers.

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There is no preview for PDF in InDesign, only EPUB and I suspect that has fooled you into thinking it will work in PDF. Unfortunately, it won't. While buttons might work, animations will not.

 

Not all button actions are supported in PDF and those that are won't work in many third-party PDF readers.

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