[OS X TeX] Making interactive PDFs with LaTeX
murrayeisenberg at gmail.com
Wed Jan 23 16:25:08 EST 2013
On Jan 23, 2013, at19:12:25 +0000, J.McKenzie Alexander <jalex at lse.ac.uk> wrote:
> I'm looking for a good guide to making interactive PDFs with LaTeX. I'm aware of the 'media9' package, the 'animate' package, and some basic techniques with forms (from the LaTeX Web Companion), but I suspect there's a lot more one can do. I'm interested in knowing how to create PDFs like the documentation for the 'microtype' package: when viewed in Adobe Reader, you can click on buttons that cause paragraphs of text to be reformatted (and if you click on the graphic in the title, it hides/reveals box outlines for the characters).
> Any recommendations as to where to look would be most appreciated.
You may want to look at D. P. Story's "AcroTeX" and related materials at:
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