PDF Presentation can be presented anywhere, no matter the type of device and operating system a person is using, makes PDF an ideal presentation format. Here are some of important options that make it a great solution to popular presentation formats such as MS PowerPoint.
Some PDF software have the option of creating accessible PDFs that can be operated by anyone. Creating a tagged PDF offers you to customize a PDF for added viewing functions such as keyboard control, higher visibility, read aloud options etc. for accessibility. You can manipulate all these features, though, to increase the interactivity of your PDF presentation.
Using full screen mode to create a PDF slideshow mode. With some applications, you can even set the page conversion settings for opening directly into slideshow mode, transitions, and automatic looping.
You can also create your PDF presentation using an authoring application of your choice to better convey different visual, numerical or technical ideas, and then convert it to PDF for better showing By using projector or a central computer screen for communal or individual viewing.
Some PowerPoint presentations already exist in the PDF format on the Internet. The format is ideal for brief information viewing and researching. These online resources in PDF can hold attachments and comments that provide supplementary information necessary to the viewing of the presentation, so the audience don’t miss out on what an absent presenter might have covered.
MS PowerPoint is a proprietary software and not everyone may have the Microsoft PowerPoint application. It’s more likely that peoples have the Adobe Reader software installed. PDF becomes a great free solution to solving such paid software issues.
There are more versatile uses to which the PDF can be installed. The only way to find them is through experimentation, manipulation and innovation. It is very easy to use as well as very practical.