Presentation-Tool supports the process to create dynamic presentations with Adobe Acrobat. If you want to keep your presentations, handouts and demos in PDF, you have the option to define transitions between pages in Acrobat. These are simple animations that build the following page. These effects can be used with applications like Microsoft Powerpoint.
In the Acrobat preferences you will find the transitions under the full screen mode dialog. These transitions are saved with the application and not with the document. That means you have to reset this on every new machine and you are not able to choose different transitions for different pages. In Adobe Acrobat you will always have the same effect. The Presentation-Tool helps by saving all data directly in the PDF files and allows you to choose a different transition for all pages if you want.
Once produced a presentation will always run the same way in the Acrobat Reader, no changes for other computers or operating systems. This is a big advantage, because you have interactive presentations for all platforms and are able to print in high quality. Another advantage of the Presentation-Tool is the option to drive the speed of your show. For every single transition, you can set a specific duration.
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.