In Adobe Acrobat, PDFs can be viewed in full screen mode. This comes in handy if you are reading an online document or making a presentation using a PDF document. In full screen mode, only the PDF pages are displayed on the screen, and the toolbars, controls, title bar, status bar, and menu bar are hidden. Also, the full-screen mode can be configured, for example, activate auto-scrolling (each sheet will be displayed on the screen for a specified time).
Method 1 of 2: How to go to full screen mode
Step 1. Open the "View" menu and select "Full Screen"
You can also press CTRL + L. The document is displayed in full screen mode.
Step 2. Press the down arrow key, the right arrow key, or the Enter key to go to the next page
Step 3. Press the up arrow key, left arrow key, or SHIFT + ENTER keys to go to the previous page
Step 4. To switch to normal document view, press CTRL + L
in the full-screen mode settings, activate the Esc key to switch to the normal document viewing mode with its help.
Method 2 of 2: How to set up full screen mode
Step 1. Open the "Edit" menu and select "Preferences"
The "Preferences" window will open.
Step 2. Select "Full Screen" in the left pane of the "Preferences" window
The full screen settings will be displayed.
Step 3. To enable auto-scrolling, check the box next to “Flip pages at intervals in” and in the “seconds” field enter the time in seconds during which each page will be displayed on the screen
even if auto page is enabled, you can view the document using the mouse or keyboard.
Step 4. To automatically go to the first page when the end of the document is reached, check the box next to "Return to first page upon reaching last"
Step 5. Check the box next to "Escape key" to use the Esc key to exit full screen mode
Step 6. Check the box next to "Go to the next page by clicking the left mouse button, to the previous page by clicking the right"
Now the pages of the document can be flipped with the mouse.
Step 7. Check the box next to "Ignore all page transitions" to get rid of the effects when turning pages in full screen mode
Step 8. To set a transition effect, select the desired option from the Default Transition Effect menu
Step 9. To customize the behavior of the mouse in full screen mode, select the desired option from the Mouse Cursor menu
Step 10. Select a background color for the screen from the Background Color menu
The background color is the color of the blank area of the screen when the document page is small and does not cover the entire screen.
Step 11. Click OK to close the Preferences window
The changes you make will be applied to all PDFs viewed in full screen mode.