0 Replies Latest reply on Feb 18, 2014 2:28 PM by npurvis08

    Is there a way for a user to specify a page within a flip book that they wish to view?


      We would like to post our weekly publications online for our customers to view.  I have exported and created swf files before and I understand the most of the navigation buttons that are in InDesign but I have not been able to find a solution to this problem. 


      Each one of our publications are 100+ pages long.  The problem is that if our customer only care about viewing page 55/100 of our publication, they must first flip through 54 other pages.  Is there a way to insert a button or input box for users to get around flipping through the other pages? A "go to page" button not specified by the creator but rather the user? Attached is an example.


      Thanks for any help!

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