Okay, so, I recently learned how to use Adobe InDesign to create a book. there is a lot a still don't know. When I export my document as a SWF file, it works great and has sound and animations where it should. However, if I move that SWF to a new location, such as my desktop or uploading it to an e-mail, it looses all the sound information. To add sound to each page, I added a hidden object to each page that was the sound file so that I could attach it to a button. It seems that it is loosing that sound file if I move it to a new location. Any ideas or solutions?
UPDATE: I have learned that my problem is related to a "resourse folder" which must go wherever the file goes in order for it to have sound. This is a bit inconvinient for me, as my client is computer illiterate. I really want to find a way to just embed the sound into a file that you can just open and play. To the best of my knowlege, SWF format is the only format that allows for the page turning animation. Does anyone know a way to embed the sound into the SWF file or am I SOL here?