Acrobat provides a range of features that makes it easy to use a PDF document as a presentation for a variety of situations:
• Group presentations, in which you’re displaying the PDF pages using a computer projector. In this case, the PDF file replaces the more common (though not as graphically sophisticated) PowerPoint file.
• Distributed presentation files that are intended to be viewed by readers on their own computers. This may be an electronic brochure, distributed on the Web.
• Kiosk presentations, in which the PDF document is viewed in a public place on a dedicated computer. A “Where to Go” kiosk in an airport is a good example.
PDF documents can be viewed full-screen with all the transitions and navigational ...