Practically any PDF viewer will have this functionality built-in... Are you sure you want to add it to the file itself?
There are various ways it can be done, the question is what is going to work in that application you're using.
You can try doing it via the "Execute menu item" command, and then selecting "View > Page Navigation > Next Page" (or Previous Page), or by using a script:
this.pageNum++; // to go to the next page
this.pageNum--; // to go to the previous page
The doc has tabs down the side to take the viewer to the different sections as well as external links.
I have tried "Execute menu item" command, and then selecting "View > Page Navigation > Next Page" (or Previous Page) and it does not function in iBooks (thinking that would be the easiest way and then i can just copy and paste to each page).
When I create the link and use "go to page view" and then navigate to the correct page then "set link", it works in iBooks but it will be really tedious on a 350 page document as I have to do it twice per page (forward and backward).
Try the script... If it works then you can also easily duplicate it, as
it's the same code for all pages.
On Thu, Mar 31, 2016 at 11:41 PM, beccamatthewsdesign <
Hmmm. Tried that...Still not working in iBooks.
Thank you though