do you want the user to see the page 2 without the form until thr button has been clicked or you want him to go there by clicking the button and see the form?
Preferably, the latter please. If not doable, the former could work if I hide all page 2 fields?
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As said it is not possible. But the question is what you are trying to achieve and how you can achieve the communication you intend.
If it is a material that you want a user to work through sequentially you can do it if you think layers or multi state objects rather than pages.
It does sound like you are working on some kind of training materials and I'd recommend to look at Adobe Captivate for creating your material.
As suggested by Anna and Lukas it would not be possible directly in InDesign. Maybe it is possible with some script, hence moving this discussion to InDesign Scripting forum.
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FWIW: Multi State Objects will not work with PDF.
Would the task be doable with Acrobat's user interface?
Or would it perhaps doable by Acrobat Scripting?