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Setting up presentations

Generally, when you make a presentation to a group of people, you want the document to take over the entire screen, hiding distractions such as the menu bar, toolbars, and other window controls.

You can set up any PDF file to display in Full Screen mode in the Initial View tab of the Document Properties dialog box. In the Full Screen tab of the Preferences dialog box, you can set a variety of transition effects to play as you move between pages. You can even set the speed at which pages advance. You can also convert presentations that you’ve prepared in other programs, such as PowerPoint, to Adobe PDF, preserving many of the authoring program’s special effects. For more information, see Adobe Acrobat DC Help.

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