Even without bookmarks, the option should show up in the latest version of InDesign which is CC 2014.1 (October release).
Maybe you're not updated to the latest version? To test, choose InDesign > About InDesign (Mac). On Windows, I think it's under the Help menu. Should show 2014.1.
If you're at 2014.1, try restoring your preferences.
Hi Steve, thanks for your reply. I'm working with a tryout I have download today.
It gave me a lot of troubles with make package feature, so I do had restored preference one hour ago. It solved the package issue, but this is a brand new one…! I re-restored my preferences, but this did not work.
Apparently a number of things are not working… the EPUB interactivity preview panel is not present too. It seems sort of… a not perfectly updated version of InDesign. It looks like it has some new features, but some menus looks like the previous versions. This really puzzles me.
Any other idea…?
I have sort of checked the two versions of InDesign CC. My conclusion for the moment is that the updating process had not worked properly: I have the "export Fixed-layout EPUB" option, for example, but not other panel and features. The interactivity menu is the old one, just to name one of the problems.
It's like random new features had been sticked here and there with the glue on the old app, instead of having a "brand new" application.
I have uninstalled InDesign CC 2014 and I am installing it again. I reaaaaaally hope this will fix every issue.
P.S. I work on Mac OS 10.9.5 (Yosemite), on an iMac.
I had reset InDesign CC preferences and installed again Indesign CC 2014. And it is NOT working again. I still don't have the bookmarks options and the old interactivity menu.
I am stuck (and depressed).
I don't understand since the trial should install the latest version.
This is the weekend so the InDesign engineers may not see this thread for a couple days.
You're downloading this trial from the Adobe website, right?
Yes I did it via the regular Cloud app.
You didn't say you already had a separate InDesign CC subscription. You shouldn't install a trial on top of a subscription.
I am more and more confused. Cloud app said "try", and then I said yes...
If you have BOTH a Creative Cloud subscription copy and a trial copy, here's what I would do:
Uninstall BOTH COPIES.
Use Creative Cloud to install InDesign which should install the newest version.
This is a problem: for now I can not work only on the new version. Too many clients are still working with old versions…
I understand that you need the newest version (InDesign CC 2014.1) to accomplish what you want with EPUB.
But if you have a Creative Cloud subscription, you can download BOTH that version (the current one) AND also install InDesign CC (which came out in 2013), as well as InDesign CS6. All can be installed simultaneously!
As I described above, I think you unintentionally muffed it by installing a trial on top of your installation. Both should be uninstalled.
Then with Creative Cloud install the latest version and make sure it's working.
To download an older version from Creative Cloud, select the Apps menu in the CC application. Scroll down till you see "Filters & Version" In that section, you will see the older versions which you can also install.
Ok Steve, you helped me a lot and frankly this new way to manage apps is confusing me. Probably I am experiencing some resistance to change… I just feel that once things were easier. Anyway, thanks again.