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Topic: Scrolling PDF files, page by page or slide by slide
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 145431
From: belgarion
Date: 1/24/2006 03:23 AM

Hi everyone, I'm really new to PDF conversions and all. Trying to learn as much as I can. I've come across this hurdle...

I have a file in Microsoft Publisher that is in landscape form and when I convert it to PDF, I've set the settings to display "Fit to width". It all works well and good except that I want the pages to scroll slide by slide. What I mean is that whenever someone uses the mouse wheel to scroll, instead of scrolling a couple of inches at a time, I'd like it to scroll a page at a time. Something like if I convert a Powerpoint or an InDesign file to PDF.

Is this possible?


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