I'm creating an interactive PDF in InDesign CS6 which has 10 pages. I have a contents page that will allow users to jump to specific pages by clicking on the page title/ number by way of buttons with the 'go to destination' function.
After successfully setting the first 3 pages I 've realised that pages 5, 9 and 10 are missing from the destination drop down - See screenshot.
Does anyone know why this may be? i've tried reoping the document but it's still appearing. I can't understand why, as the pages exist in the document, it won't give the option to select the pages.
Any help would be appreciated.
This question is also posted in the Acrobat area. That might have been a mistake but I couldn't figure out how to move it. Apologies for the multiple posts
What does your pages panel look like?
Technically there shouldnt really be a spread for the A master pages - but I don't think that is having an effect of the pages.
Page 2 is the contents page and pages 1 and 10 are the covers which won't need to have a destination.
I should also point out - This is my 2nd time of doing this. The first time I did it (using the completely same set up/ file) the destination links worked fine.
The only thing I can think of is to Expor the File to IDML and then open that File and see if it fixes the issue.