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PDF dual screen presentation

New Here ,
Jan 13, 2020 Jan 13, 2020

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Need a method that acts just like PowerPoint to present a full screen PDF file on dual monitors with notes on one screen and full screen presentation on the second monitor. 

 

Don't won't to just use PowePoint. Something like "pdfpc".  Is there a method to use Acrobat on Windows 10 to dethrone PowerPoint for presentations? 

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Hi ,

 

You can achieve that with a combination of a few steps.

 

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Thanks for trying, but nothing close to what PowerPoint does. Looking for amethod that does, one file, two monitors, notes on one and full screen presentation on the other.

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Got it.  I see what you're saying.

 

Both the presentation in the first display and the commented pages displayed in the second display should change at the same time when a page transitons to the next page in real time.. correct?

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If my suggestions above doesn't fit your needs to perform a split screen presentation, then you need to create your slideshow using Adobe Presenter.

 

To download Adobe Presenter, go here: https://helpx.adobe.com/download-install/kb/presenter-downloads.html

 

Once installed and good to go, follow the following guidances: 

 

 

NOTE: Just remember, Adobe Acrobat Pro is not a presentation software but a very advanced PDF editor which also happens to be a highly versatile Cloud computing collaboration platform.

 

From the look on how you've phrased your initial inquiry followed by  your later reply, I easily misunderstood the exact intent and the purpose of what you were asking. 

 

Is like me expecting from MS Power Point that it will allow me to produce  a high quality PDF document with the best industry standards available to apply the highest grade of digital signature encryption. And then also expect that MS Power Point will allow me  to  be able to share that same  document with numeorus recipients  for review, comment, and sign it in whichever order I choose, plus empowering my signing recipients with the ability to sign such document  from any mobile device, PC, or in person. In the end I will have to say, thanks for trying but nothing like Adobe.

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