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InQuestion: July 2017

InQuestion is a regular column devoted to answering
your questions about working with InDesign.

Q: I’ve just started exploring the interactive features of InDesign with Fixed Layout EPUB and Publish Online. I’ve been trying to come up with the best way to show and hide various elements on a page. Buttons are way too cumbersome. I tried a multi-state object but there’s no way to hide that. Do you have any suggestions for me?

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Bob Levine

Bob Levine

Bob Levine is a graphic designer and a consultant focused on providing InDesign training and guidance in developing efficient, collaborative workflows to those moving from QuarkXPress or PageMaker. An Adobe Certified Expert in both InDesign and InCopy, Bob has written articles for InDesign Magazine and is an Adobe User to User forums host. He has more than 15 years of industry experience and has been using InDesign since version 1.0. For more background, visit his website, or his blog,
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One Comment on “InQuestion: July 2017

  1. There’s one more step to creating an object style you’ll use over and over: give it a keyboard shortcut. I have to do things like this all the time–photo captions, for example–and just being able to hit ctrl-5 instead of using the mouse keeps me sane.

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