If I can also get it to work in Acrobat Reader that would be a bonus too.
@Gary – if it will work in Acrobat Pro, it should work in Adobe Reader as well.
For Apple's Preview app you have to ask Apple to include the necessary feature set ;-)
What Uwe is trying to tell you is that Preview is a barebones reader that can barely handle plain vanilla PDF and will never display your interactive document correctly.
Thanks Peter and UWE,
Upon further testing, it appears that most of the interactivity seems to be working in Preview now, but some buttons do not show up correctly, whereas most of the others do.
The ones that aren't showing up correctly are primarily on the main Home page. They are all rectangle buttons, with a photographic background in the button and the name of the link to the section on top of the button, like "introduction", "Product", etc. The button itself works in Preview, but the photograph placed in the button doesn't appear, all you see is the name of the the button without the image in the background.
Any clues on how to fix this this?
There's nothing you can do to make your PDF work in Preview but dumb it down until it does. Preview simply isn't a good application for viewing PDF.
As Uwe said, complain to Apple that their application is lacking in proper PDF support. PDF is now an open standard, so they really don't have any excuse other than laziness or apathy.