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PDF - folding page look

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Hi, Could someone please help me.... Im looking to have my saved PDF file (from Indesign) view like a book when opened. I would like the pages to turn and fold like an actual book when you click through.

 

Is this a setting in indesign or resaved in Acrobat?

Any help is much appreciated! 

 

Many thanks, Rob

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PDF - folding page look

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Hi, Could someone please help me.... Im looking to have my saved PDF file (from Indesign) view like a book when opened. I would like the pages to turn and fold like an actual book when you click through.

 

Is this a setting in indesign or resaved in Acrobat?

Any help is much appreciated! 

 

Many thanks, Rob

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Many have asked and you're going to get the same answer. It's a horrible effect and used to be done using SWF. There are third party applications that can do this but I would advise against it as it adds nothing to the document.

 

If you check the other posts here, you'll find some suggestions.

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There are a number of third-party applications that offer this service, which as mentioned, can get very iritating for the reader after a while.

This is one example: https://fliphtml5.com

 

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Nevertheless, you can open settings of your Adobe Acrobat/Reader and choose some transitions in Full Screen Mode (CTRL+L).

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You can assign them via InDesign, too.

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Hi there,

 

I am hoping that your issue has been resolved till now. If not, please feel free to update this thread else let us know if any of the suggestions shared above helped you or not.

 

Regards,

Sheena

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