Not possible in interactive PDF. In your other post you said that was what you're trying to create.
This is different from what I wanted to achieve in my other post.
In this single page of 6" x 72", I'm looking to create something like this: http://i.imgur.com/ksh4v71.png
When I click the blue button "Scroll Right," it would scroll to the right of the PDF.
Are you saying this is not possible?
Interactive PDF is not capable of scrolling when clicking a button. It's an older kind of interactivity and is somewhat limited. Furthermore, not all PDF readers display interactivity properly (only Adobe Acrobat and Reader).
Bob Levine wrote about the limitations of this format here:
What do you suggest in this case? Just click-to-anchor points?
What your link points to is animation. Interactive PDF doesn't support animation.
You should look into creating a Fixed Layout EPUB file and/or using Publish Online. Both of these formats support such animation.
I'd suggest you read more about the different kinds of digital publishing. This book is a good source on Fixed Layout EPUB.
Or look for videos on Fixed Layout EPUB at www.Lynda.com by Anne-Marie Concepcion (10 day free trial)
Read about Publish Online here:
Needs to be in PDF format though. Can't do the Fixed Layout EPUB file. This is for a class project. I don't need it to be animated. Guess what I'm looking for is more of a 'click to navigate to this part of the page' kind of thing.
You'll have to play a trick. There are only three kinds of Hyperlink Destinations (I'll let you search for that in InDesign Help)—URL, Page, or Text Anchor.
You'll need to create a text anchor on your target (destination). Then you'll need to make a hyperlink on the left side of the page where you open that takes you to the destination. (If necessary, you could hide the text by making it paper color.)
A PDF allows only embedded media, which require Flash Player to be installed, which makes them impossible to view on mobile devices and on many computers. Therefore I cannot recommend it anymoreld
What you could do is to use Publish Online and make a static PDF to provide for download. I did a little test here: