In Acrobat you can set the initial view to anything you want.
Most appreciated your suggestion. But even when I set the initial view to full screen, the borders are still there! It's as if ID will not allow publishing w/out some page "borders" to the left and right of my created content, even in when Full Screen mode is activated. I'm trying to set doc properties to exclude any content on screen except that which I create. Dig?
I’m not sure what you mean by borders. Can post a screenshot?
Sure! And thanks again for any help- most appreciated.
In this LINK I created a PDF from PPT. Clicking CNTR/Command + L you will see that the PDF does not display "borders" (I'm sure I'm using a wrong word).It's Full Screen! It's to say, there is no space occupied on the screen to the left or right of the "canvas" or content I created- (dark grey areas on both sides of my content). This is what I want from ID.
In this LINK the PDF has "borders" on both sides- (dark grey content) taking up room on both the left and right sides of my content. This is what I want to eliminate,
Hope helps- thanks again for any suggestions/insight!
In the New Document dialog, the aspect ratio dictated by the page size must match the aspect ratio (and ideally the actual pixel-count resolution) of the display. At 1024 x 768, you are set to fill a screen with a 4:3 aspect ratio, which might work on iPad and/or other tablets, but unless you are close to a decade behind the times, your desktop screen's aspect ratio is likely 16:9.