Change it's properties to Non-Printable. There's a section in the Buttons and Forms panel in CS6 called PDF Options with a checkbox that seems to be for that, or you can do it in Acrobat Pro.
InDesign says no on your solution unfortenately. Whatever I try, the button is still there when printed.
Can you tell me more about your solution fixing this issue in Acrobat Pro?
What version of Acrobat are you using? I't been a while since I did any form work...
What does "InDesign says no" mean? How is the customer printing this PDF? Anything other than Reader/Acrobat Pro is a crapshoot.
Hi Bob and Peter. I'm testing it myself with Acrobat Pro 10.1.3
Normally i export my documents using the pdf print export option. Interactivity works, but the button gets printed anyway.
Just now i did use the export option for interactivity....and indeed, the button isn't on the print anymore. But > the button doesn't work anymore.
Check or fix the buttons in Acrobat X: Open the PDF. Choose Tools > Forms > Edit. Double-click the button that's not working. On the General tab of the [button type] Properties dialog, in the Common Properties > Form Field menu, choose Visible But Doesn't Print.
Thnx Steve, that works great. Visible in the pdf, not on the print. But no interactivity! And > i would really like to have it working without having to use Acrobat.
Exporting with the interactive export modus seems to annihilate all interactivity i put in the document...so is there something i didn't manage the right way in InDesign?