I have seen an example of a PDF that included tabs that you would find in a typical binder document. When selected they take you to a specific part of the document and the tabs remain visible on the side of the document. Does anyone know how this is done and point me in the right direction.
I assume then that the page layout in Indesign or Framemaker would be adjusted to accomodate graphic tabs. Is there a way to layer a couple of different tab layouts that display differently depended on the first tab selected via a hyperlink?
I have several manuals each with its own table of contents and we would like to place them onto an Ipad as one PDF and be able to quickly navigate between the different documents. Ideally the first set of tabs would take you to Manual A, B or C etc. Once in that section another set of TABs would display based on that documents content. Any of these tabs would take you to that section.
Based on your comment I assume that the button/tab is a graphic with a hyperlink. Can you create a function for the graphic to change slightly when you hover over the tab? Similar to selecting a button on a web page. If so is that done based on the graphic file or an option in the PDF software?
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