With PDF, there are no interactive objects that can be selected and moved around. That's not to say you could not simulate the effect of selecting and moving an object with rollover hide + show effects. IMO, it would be easier to accomplish as a SWF and could be created in Indesign and then exported. But before making a suggestion either way, perhaps if you described other factors like, how the piece will be distributed, desktop or mobile, download or view in browser, etc.
Thanks for your response. Yes, I think it would be best to create it in InDesign and export as a swf. Do you know if is there a script I could use drag the objects InDesign? Below is a link to the old swf created with ActionScript 2.0. I was just trying to avoid having to recreate it with Actionscript 3.0. Also, I placed the old one in InDesign and exported as an interactive PDF, and it worked. FYI
Here is a link of the current swf:
After viewing your swf example, I will say the best application to accomplish this will be Flash, and not Indesign. Indesign does have some basic animation and interactive functionality, but not enough to create a swf that behaves in the same manner as your example.
The best I could do with Indesign is create a swf that animates the card to each window position, but the animation is triggered by buttons, and not clicking the card itself.
If your project is web based, Adobe Edge Animate can be used to create html-based animations.