First of all - I'm working in InDesign CC 2015.
My problem is, that I got this 10-page-document which on each page shows an object that have to show in PDF - but don't print. I have made that object into a button and unchecked "printable". On top of that object I have made 10 hyperlinks (seperate layer) which each point to page 1-10.
When exporting the document and I use the Interactive PDF format the "non-printing object show but don't print" works fine BUT the hyperlinks doesn't. If I uncheck the "non-printing object layer" in the PDF, then the hyperlinks work, but the problem now is that the non-printing objects are invisible...
When exporting the document and I use the Print PDF format the "non-printing object show but don't print" does not work BUT the hyperlinks does...
I have set the hyperlinks to link to pages and also tried link to text anchor. No difference there.
So my question is: How do I export a PDF so that non-printing objects show but don’t print AND hyperlinks on top work at the same time?
Mette from Denmark
Never overlap annotations (including links and form fields). The order is unpredictable both for display and clicking. Indeed the order has changed in minor updates. I suggest you find a different model.
I exchanged my hyperlinks to buttons - AND NOW IT WORKS ;o)