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Learn to create an interactive PDF you can use as the basis for a great presentation with Adobe InDesign CC. Mike Rankin shows you how to create a template for your presentation file, and then how to add your own text and images, play audio and video, and link to content on the web. Plus, learn how to animate bulleted lists, create an area for taking notes, and run your presentation automatically. Last, Mike offers tips for delivering a presentation that genuinely connects with your audience.
Hi, I'm Mike Rankin, and welcome to Creating a PDF Presentation. In this course we'll see how to use Adobe InDesign to create a PDF file you can use as the basis for a great presentation. In InDesign we'll create a template file, that uses master pages, layers and styles to keep things organized and easy to work with. We'll add text and images. We'll work with audio and video using the media panel, and we'll use the hyper links panel to link to content on the web.
We'll also see a few tricks for animating bulleted lists and making a space for printable notes for you or your audience using the slug area. And we'll at how to fix some common PDF problems in Adobe Acrobat, and even to make a self-running presentation where the slides advance automatically. And finally, I'll offer some tips and advice on how to deliver an effective presentation so you can avoid common pitfalls and really connect with your audience. Now let's get started with creating a PDF presentation.
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