Adding page transitions


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Adding page transitions

Adding a page transition in between pages of your PDF file makes for a far more exciting presentation, and what I'm talking about by a presentation I mean is when you put the PDF into full-screen mode by going to View, Full Screen mode, pressing Cmd or Ctrl+L. So notice when you're in presentation mode, full-screen mode, to get from one page to the other, you click or you press the right arrow key, and all that happens is that one page replaces the other, kind of boring. It would be neat if we could have like one-page shimmer into position, replacing the old one, right? That's called a page transition.

You can add page transitions in PowerPoint and include them when you export to PDF. You can also add them in Adobe InDesign and include those when you export to an interactive PDF, but if you forget or you have a boring PDF in front of you that you want to add some transition pizzazz to, it's easy to do. There are two ways to get to the Transitions dialog box. The one that t...

Adding page transitions
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Adding page transitions provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Anne-Marie Concepción as part of the Acrobat X Essential Training

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