photo slide inside pdf with indesign

Explorer ,
Sep 07, 2022 Sep 07, 2022

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By exporting a file with the e-pub extension, adding a slide of images to a presentation produced in Indesign is comparatively simple. It is also incredibly practical because it allows you to examine more photographs in one sitting, cutting down on the number of pages. But why doesn't this feature work with PDF files too? The advantage of sharing a pdf extension on Google Drive is great. Does anyone truly know if that is feasible in PDF too?

Please download the file to understand it better, and then go to the pages with photos that have arrows on the side. use ibook to preview epub.
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Sep 07, 2022 Sep 07, 2022

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Why? Because that's not how PDF works.

 

Finally, this has absolutely nothing to do with InDesign so I suggest you start exploring alternative ways to display your work. My suggestion would be a website.

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Thank you; but, my website is unrelated to this particular employment. Indesign is a software that allows for flexible layouts. so I'll be adamant about using InDesign. I'm still seeking for a way to add slides to a presentation. Many thanks

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You can't! There is simply no reliable way to do it.

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