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Jun 08, 2020

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Hello! I’m just wondering if there’s any easier way/script to create a hyperlink on a selected object to go to the previous or next pages within the document. I’m trying to make buttons so that when you click on the 'previous' button on page 2 it will take you to page 1, and if it's page 3 it'll take you to page 2 and so on. And the same goes for the 'next' button throughout all of the pages. I’m pretty sure I saw something like that somewhere but I can’t find the exact page again. Thank you so much!

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Correct answer by Derek Cross | Adobe Community Professional

Put an Arrow, or whatever, on each side of the page on the Master Page and use InDesign's Buttons and Forms feature to set up Next Page/Previous Page.

P.S. Do not make it a roll-over button as it won't work om many devices.

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Previous/Next pages

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Hello! I’m just wondering if there’s any easier way/script to create a hyperlink on a selected object to go to the previous or next pages within the document. I’m trying to make buttons so that when you click on the 'previous' button on page 2 it will take you to page 1, and if it's page 3 it'll take you to page 2 and so on. And the same goes for the 'next' button throughout all of the pages. I’m pretty sure I saw something like that somewhere but I can’t find the exact page again. Thank you so much!

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Correct answer by Derek Cross | Adobe Community Professional

Put an Arrow, or whatever, on each side of the page on the Master Page and use InDesign's Buttons and Forms feature to set up Next Page/Previous Page.

P.S. Do not make it a roll-over button as it won't work om many devices.

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Put an Arrow, or whatever, on each side of the page on the Master Page and use InDesign's Buttons and Forms feature to set up Next Page/Previous Page.

P.S. Do not make it a roll-over button as it won't work om many devices.

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