It sounds like you want to set a PDF's inital view options… but as far as I know there are no pdf options in indesign to control these states… You must do this in Acrobat after creation… ( Im only CS5 thou )
I agree. If you want to do it in Acrobat after the fact, open the file in Acrobat and go to File->Properties. Then look under the "Intial View" tab and change the settings accordingly. Save. The file should open as you wish.
@J-Fonz – you could do something like this, if you do not go the export route for creating your PDF, but the Print-To-PostScript/Distiller route.
1. Create a EPS file with an text editor, save it text only with the suffix "*.eps"
2. Place the EPS on the first page you want to output, so that it is computed when output
3. Print to a PostScript file
4. Distill the PostScript file to PDF
The code for the EPS is a "PDFmarks" annotation that triggers Distiller to set the right view settings.
Here a small code example for "Full Screen View" for the EPS.
Do not forget to hit a "return" after "%%EOF".
%!PS-Adobe-3.0 EPSF-3.0 %%BoundingBox: 0 0 144 144 %%EndProlog [ /PageMode /FullScreen /DOCVIEW pdfmark %%EOF
If this workflow is something for you, depends on other factors…
Hope, that helps.
For nearly all about "pdfmark" code read the appropriate chapters in:
Hm, there must be an English version somewhere to download as well…