2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 20, 2011 5:02 PM by Jeffrey_Smith

    creating conditional buttons in InDesign


      I'm not sure if there is a way to do this in InDesign, but thought I'd see what people think.


      I want to create a document that has two sets of buttons. The top row will have two buttons and the bottom row will have three buttons. Each combination of button will bring you to a different page. So, for example, if the user clicks ButtonRow1_A and ButtonRow2_A, he is brought to page AA. If the user clicks ButtonRow1_A and ButtonRow2_B, he is brought to page AB. In this scheme, the user is not brought to another page until *both* buttons are chosen. My challenge is to figure out how to make the second row of buttons conditional on the first row of buttons. Does anyone know how to do this in InDesign? Maybe Fireworks or Dreamweaver?