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Topic: Using Acrobat 6 for multimedia
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 103371
From: chapmanpg
Date: 1/8/2004 04:14 AM

I have used Acrobat 5 with fields and links to navigate around a multimedia training course. In Acrobat Reader 5 clicking anywhere on the screen did not trigger a move to the next pages. This was ideal.

In Acrobat 6 however the Reader has a default setting of "right click" forward, "left click" back. This creates confusion when navigation should be by the field and link buttons. I know this can be turned off by the user but most users Won't understand how to do this.

Does anyone know of any way to get hold of a version of Reader 6 that does not have this default, or any other way around this problem?

Paul


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