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Exporting the Interactive PDF at customized viewing setting in InDesign

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I would like to export the file at 75% so that when the PDF document is opened, all the pages are shown at 75%. I have adjusted the setting while exporting to 75%. However, in the exported PDF, although it opens at 75% when I click the button and it takes me to a different page, it is at 100%. I am guessing that this has got something to do with the Zoom field while creating the button. How do I make sure that the view is 75% even after clicking the button? Please help!

 

I have attached a test file. See how it opens at 75% and when you click the button (the image in the middle on Page 1), it goes to the next page but at 100%. 

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In Acrobat, you can change the button action to Go to a page view, Tools> Prepare form> Right click on the button to show Properties> Actions. After you click Add, navigate to the desired page and zoom, Set Link, then close and save.

The PDF should only be viewed with Acrobat or Reader.

 

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Exporting the Interactive PDF at customized viewing setting in InDesign

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I would like to export the file at 75% so that when the PDF document is opened, all the pages are shown at 75%. I have adjusted the setting while exporting to 75%. However, in the exported PDF, although it opens at 75% when I click the button and it takes me to a different page, it is at 100%. I am guessing that this has got something to do with the Zoom field while creating the button. How do I make sure that the view is 75% even after clicking the button? Please help!

 

I have attached a test file. See how it opens at 75% and when you click the button (the image in the middle on Page 1), it goes to the next page but at 100%. 

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Correct answer by Luke Jennings3 | Adobe Community Professional

In Acrobat, you can change the button action to Go to a page view, Tools> Prepare form> Right click on the button to show Properties> Actions. After you click Add, navigate to the desired page and zoom, Set Link, then close and save.

The PDF should only be viewed with Acrobat or Reader.

 

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The button doesn't work on my iPad and on my iPhone.

 

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I am trying to do that on my laptop. Any suggestions on how I can achieve this?

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You can have a word or words or an image (such as a button shape) as a document hyperlink to say another page in the document, or to an external website.
Some devices, for example, iPads, don't have rollover capability – only click – you should avoid multi-action buttons  like On Click, On Roll Over, etc.  Multi-state object (MSO) don’t work at all in an Interactive PDFs.

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In Acrobat, you can change the button action to Go to a page view, Tools> Prepare form> Right click on the button to show Properties> Actions. After you click Add, navigate to the desired page and zoom, Set Link, then close and save.

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