I doubt that’s possible in PDF. What is the full purpose of this document?
Thank you for the answer. A document for new clients, where if they press YES, they can go to the next stage, and if they press NO, they get a message of thank you, good bye! Do you have any idea how it can be done? HTML? Thanks again!
not with InDesign. But with Acrobat Pro or Acrobat Pro DC perhaps.
"Next page" will be no actual page in the document, but maybe a "layer" turned on that is turned off at default.
York Simon at hilfdirselbst.ch used the Preflight functionality of Acrobat Pro to convert a PDF with layers to PDF/X-4.
That could hide all the layer information in the Layers panel of Acrobat so that a user has no direct access to the layers. I could confirm this by using Acrobat Pro 9. The layers are still there and the associated objects can be made hidden or visible by controlling the OCGs.
It may be not much, but see this thread in German for some details:
You can create in Indesign a radio button, check box or combo list form element that can have multiple actions based on the choice the user makes in the PDF. The Yes choice could advance a user to the next page, however, there is no way to prevent a user from navigating to any pages within a PDF they like. The form element can have actions that could hide and show other elements. And, in effect, create the situation of allowing or preventing a user to do things based on prior choices.
Thank you! this has been very helpfull
Thank you for the reply!