Step 1: Once you’re on the stage, click on the “present to audience” icon.
Step 2: After clicking, you’ll get two options to choose from, “Select PDF file” or “Screen share”.
Step 3: Choose the “Select PDF file” option, afterwards from your local computer, select a PDF file that needs to be presented to the audience and click on “open”.
Step 4: As a presenter, you’ll have the following controls:
Moving the slides next or going back to the previous slide by clicking the “<” & “>” arrows to navigate through different slides.
The preview slides option can be used to preview all the slides and directly navigate to another slide if needed & click on "hide preview" in case you are done with previewing the slides.
Fullscreen mode and navigation of slides can be done in the maximized mode as well.
Step 5: Once you’re done with your presentation, kindly click on the "stop presenting" button to end your presentation.
Things to keep in mind:
The present PDF option is only available on stage & backstage and wouldn’t be possible in the case of virtual tables.
Host/Co-host & Speaker for a particular session can share PDF.
Only one person at a time can present their PDF file.
If possible, make your PDF in 16:9 ratio (ratio of width to height of the screen on a high-definition TV or computer monitor.) for more visibility to the audience.
PDF file doesn't support any kind of media like animations & video (in case a presentation file including media file has been converted to PDF).
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