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That can't be done in InDesign. If you're designing that level of interactivity, you should be working in Flash Professional.
Thanks for your answer. I'll start learning Flash Professional. Although I have been playing with the application, I noticed there is a lot of image and text formatting I loose in the transition. Any advice on that? Thanks!
I do NOT use Flash Professional so I have only learned a few things.
One of them is that, if you're using Flash Professional 5 or 5.5, you can choose the export a FLA file with Flash TLF Text. This should retain most of the formatting of the InDesign file. Beginning with Flash Professional 5, they started using a text engine much more similar to that of InDesign.
I can't speak to image conversion issues.