All I want to do is FTP, or otherwise upload with no thought or effort on my part, an HTML file of a page-flipping e-commerce brochure, produced with once click in Adobe InDesign (the industry standard application for producing magazines and brochures) that invokes -- I think?? an Adobe SWF ?? file (in other words I have NO idea what is in that file HTML -- and no idea what HTML is, for that matter) and have that HTML file run automatically, thereby presenting the logger-on with our page-flipping brochure without the logger-on having to click on anything. Any idea how to do this? Adobe grafted this rudimentary, page-flipping from from the hideously complex Adobe Flash onto Adobe InDesign precisely so that commercial artists such as myself could be with-it, hip web designers and charge our clients big bucks without actually knowing what we are doing. in other words, you have a market opportunity here. If you post how to do this on Adobe blogs, you will be beloved by commercial artists around the world and you will get a bunch of customers you would not have otherwise gotten. As Steve Martin said in The Jerk, "Oh! I get it. It's a profit deal!" And as The King used to say, "Thankyouverymuch! Thankyouverymuch! Thankyouverymuch! "