Using InDesign CS4, I've created an interactive document and exported into a swf format.
The document size is 1024 x 768 px, but will not resize without cropping parts of the document. This means that the majority of users won't be able to use the document unless they have the same desktop size or larger than 1024 x 768.
I've tried changing the export options in InDesign to get the document to resize, and I've also tried exporting and changing settings in Flash which works but removes all of the interactivity.
From what I've read I don't think it is possible to do this from the Adobe suite.
Does anyone know if there any way this document can be displayed in a browser and automatically resize according to the users desktop resolution? This could be either via some functionality I haven't tried within the Adobe software or by using some software or code to imbed with the document on the webpage.
I can upload the document if needed.
Thanks for your help.
You can set the embedded swf to scale with the browser window (not fullscreen mode) via the HTML holder generated by ID. Set width and height to "100%" and scale to "showall"
Keep in mind that the browser window could be any size, so text might be be illegible in a small browser window or awkwardly oversized in a large window.