in5 supports the ability to link to a file from your app. InDesign hyperlinks that simply lead to a local file on your computer will not work from an app.
Luckily, in5 allows you to add the file to your in5 export resources. This means the file itself is included as an asset within your export, and will link properly on all devices.
To prepare, create a dedicated folder for your export’s additional resources.
You can use this folder to include a range of additional resources. In this case, you will only need to include your PDF file.
We recommend not using any spaces in your file and folder names, as this can cause links to break. Instead, use underscores or hyphens.
The rest of the process can be split in to two stages: creating the hyperlink, and adding resources and exporting.
You will need to preemptively link to your PDF’s post-export file path.
Once exported, your PDF will always sit in the following structure: assets/resources/<filename>.pdf
Once you are happy with your document, you can open the in5 export panel. Configure options in each tab, as per How to: Export your InDesign Document with in5.
Aside from the standard export options, you will need to:
Navigate to your dedicated resources folder, then click OK to choose the folder.
Your PDF will be included as an app asset. When users tap the link you have created, the app asset will be opened/downloaded on their device.
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