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Setting Page Transitions

Transitions are the effects that are applied when the viewer moves from one page to another when viewing the document in Acrobat or the Flash Player.

To set the transitions using the Page Transitions panel:

  1. Select the pages in the Pages panel to which you want to apply a transition.
  2. Choose Window > Interactive > Page Transitions. This opens the Page Transitions panel squ_a.jpg.
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    squ_a.jpg The Page Transitions panel displays the preview of each page transition.

  3. Choose one of the transitions from the Transition menu squ_b.jpg.
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    squ_b.jpg Choose a transition from the Transition menu in the Page Transitions panel.

  4. If applicable, set the Direction squ_c.jpg and Speed squ_d.jpg for the transition.
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squ_c.jpg If needed, use the Direction list to apply the direction to a page transition.

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squ_d.jpg If needed, use the Speed list to set the speed of a page transition.

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squ_e.jpg The Apply to All Spreads icon sets a page transition to all the spreads.

To set the transitions using the Pages panel:

  1. Select the pages in the Pages panel to which you want to apply a transition.
  2. Choose Page Transitions from the Pages panel menu. The Page Transitions dialog box appears squ_f.jpg.
  3. Select one of the transitions.

You may need to clear all the transitions applied to pages.

To clear all the page transitions:

  1. Choose Clear All from the Page Transitions panel menu or Page Transitions > Clear All from the Pages panel menu.
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