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Why not start today by converting your PDF file into an online magazine. Download, Install, Import: In order to convert your PDF into an online magazine, you must first download and install the software. This is quite simple, all you must do is follow on-screen instructions from an installation wizard.
Look at the options available to you and think how they might be useful to your magazine. Remember to make sure that your publication is saved in PDF format.
Think about your target audience, who are they and what do they want? We strongly recommend creating a target audience profile.
Establish your objectives from the start. Think short, medium and long term and set out a course of action which will lead to achieving these goals.
Create an objective profile of your audience with many demographics. Another aspect of your magazine deserving of strong focus is advertising.
You should create a list of potential advertisers for your magazine. Have it clear on how you aim to generate revenue. Once you have spent enough time focusing on your audience and what you aim to achieve, you can then import a PDF into the magazine software by simply selecting the PDF file or files for conversion. There is list of interactivities and features available to create an engaging experience for your readers. Through the Design tab 3D Issue users can ensure that their digital editions achieve many objectives key to digital publishing.
Through the 3Dissue design tab you can edit the structure of the magazine, choosing from skinless or normal, enabling banner ads, selecting a fitting view mode flip, slide, presentation and many more. When it comes to online content, the importance of appearance should never be underestimated. When you click the right-pointing arrow to expand the layers, you should see the name of the layer s you created in InDesign.
From the flyout menu, choose Import as Layer. In this dialog you can choose to create a new layer and name it , add the file to an existing layer, position it, and modify its appearance which includes changing the Opacity and stacking order. Note: You can import PDF files, as well as many image formats, as layers. You control the vertical and horizontal position by clicking the arrows adjacent to the Vertical and Horizontal text boxes or type percentage values in the text boxes.
Tip: To move the content down type a negative value  in the Vertical text box. To move the content to the left, type a negative value  in the Horizontal text box. The cursor will load with a button field object. Now just click the cursor on a page or click-and-drag to shape the field object rectangle. I clicked-and-dragged the cursor in the area I wanted to add my button field.
By default, Acrobat adds a name for your field.
To change the name, type a new name into the Field Name text box. Tip: If you lose the mini Properties window after creating a Button field, click the Select Object tool in the Toolbox and double-click the field object rectangle and the Button Field Properties window opens.
From here you can choose a border or fill color for the button appearance. However, if you want to add a border, simply click the Border Color swatch, which will cause a color palette to pop up. Choose a color from the palette options or choose None for no color. Repeat the same steps for choosing a background color.
Tip: You can also add button faces icon images to buttons. Click the Options tab and explore the various options for importing images you can use for button appearances. Actions determine what will happen when a user clicks the button.
From the Select Action pull-down menu, choose an action you want to invoke when a user clicks the button. In my example, I want to change layer visibility, so I choose Set Layer Visibility from the menu options. Tip: By default, the button action occurs when a user clicks and releases the mouse. You can change the Mouse Trigger from options available in the Select Trigger drop-down menu.
You have a number of choices here, such as when the cursor enters a field and when the cursor exits a field. While the Button Field Properties dialog is open, click the Eye icon adjacent to the license layer to hide the layer. Tip: You will temporarily lose the selection on the button field after changing the layer visibility. While the Button Field Properties window is open, just click the field object rectangle to reselect it.