Creating a button that opens to a whole new page in the same indesign doc

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I am trying to create an large 45 page interactive pdf. On one page it includes a button clickable to another page full of images, I got that part down. My questions is this: how do I make sure that the secondary page only shows up in my Interactive PDF when the button is clicked and NOT be included in the entire pdf as people scroll through all 45 pages?

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 12, 2020 Nov 12, 2020
Best to not have the images on a separate page; otherwise it will show up in the PDF. One way to do this could use Show/Hide button. Make the group of images a button, then on the trigger button, use Show/Hide to display the image group. Also, can't help but ask, could you do this in Publish Online? Then you could do it with a multi-state object, which is not supported in PDF. Here are some examples: http://bit.ly/PubOnCollection

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Best to not have the images on a separate page; otherwise it will show up in the PDF. One way to do this could use Show/Hide button. Make the group of images a button, then on the trigger button, use Show/Hide to display the image group. Also, can't help but ask, could you do this in Publish Online? Then you could do it with a multi-state object, which is not supported in PDF. Here are some examples: http://bit.ly/PubOnCollection

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