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Exploring on your own

Many types of presentations may improve when the document takes over the entire screen, and hides the menu bar, command bar, tool bar, and other window controls. This is useful for presentations that aren't interactive or that have all the controls and buttons built into the PDF pages.

To learn how to set up a full-screen presentation, you'll use the tutorial shell from this lesson. You'll set it up to work as a full-screen slide show on your computer with pages that turn automatically, as in a stand-alone kiosk display.


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