Tag: presentation

PDF app adopted by Stanford

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iAnnotate PDF has become the first iPad app to be required in Stanford University’s medical school. The app is being used as a teaching and collaboration tool, allowing users take notes, highlight and underline in PDF documents, and share annotated PDFs via email, iTunes sync, Dropbox or VGA output.

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Opening PDF documents in Full Screen Mode

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Are you looking to present your PDF presentations in a less cluttered way with greater visual impact? Adobe Acrobat allows users to configure the opening settings of PDF documents to display them in full screen mode. It’s as effective as a PowerPoint display and very easy to accomplish. This tip explains how.

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This week in PDF: Online PDF form service launched

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This week in PDF sees the release of new and updated software focused on PDF forms and PDF maps, while an update to a desktop publishing application adds support for the simple creation of rich PDF presentations.

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Opening PDF documents in Full-Screen mode in Acrobat

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If you have a graphically rich PDF, you might want to set it to open in Full-Screen mode to reduce clutter and increase the document’s visual impact. This is particularly useful when preparing PDF (rather than, say, PowerPoint-based) presentations. This tip explains how to set your PDF documents to open in Full-Screen mode every time in Acrobat.

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PDF Conference 2005’s presentations posted

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PDF Conference is winding down, but even if you have missed out, Planet PDF has posted speaker presentation files from the show for your browsing pleasure. For those that attended the relevant sessions, the posted files might help you better understand their content; for those that could not make it, the files will give you an idea of what you missed.

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IAC – How to convert all the PPTs in a folder to PDF

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How to convert all the PPTs in a folder to PDF.

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