Adobe Reader's full screen mode is very useful for presentations. The <Ctrl+L> / <Esc> switch is also pretty fast.
Since an update a couple of weeks ago it appears a useless bottom border of about 5 % of the screen's height that makes all the objects smaller than they could be.
I had to downgrade to Adobe Reader 5 (on Vista!) that does dies job perfectly again. It looks like a buggy plugin has been distributed recently. I appreciate any comment on this matter.
I don't have 8.x any more, but I don't see any such border with 9.1.1.
True, since 9.1 this problem is solved.
To just download and install Adobe reader, it was necessary to install at least 1 ActiveX, 3 Plug-ins for IE and another entry in Windows' System Start. Do they have a Master Plan?