Programming PDF Files for PowerPoint Presentations

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I want to use a PDF file to do a presentation. I want to know how I can use the PDF file format to write my presentations. I would also like to know how I can include videos and equations in the PDF and highlight texts in a particular color. Is there a simple tutorial or guideline that you can point me to? I would like a comprehensive explanation of this approach to making presentations.

 

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Programming PDF Files for PowerPoint Presentations

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Yes you can embed videos in your pdfs and such pdfs are called 
interactive pdfs. To do such a task go to "Tools" menu in Adobe
Acrobat X and select "Advanced Editing". In the sub-menu, select
the "Movie Tool." Use the cursor to draw a box on the screen for
the approximate location of the video. Once the box is made, a 
pop-up window will appear with options. Click on the "Browse" icon
and select the video file. Click on the "Embed Content in Document"
box so that it is automatically included in your PDF file without
extra downloads needed. For additional reading follow the video 
links I have provided.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_Blm9iEINU
http://www.adobe.com/in/products/acrobat/create-interactive-pdf-files.html
 
 
VIDEOS-IN-PDF-IS-EASY

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