In Full Screen mode, PDF pages fill the entire screen; the menu bar, toolbars, and window controls are hidden. A PDF creator can set a PDF to open in Full Screen mode, or you can set the view yourself. Full Screen mode is often used for presentations, sometimes with automatic page advancement and transitions.
The pointer remains active in Full Screen mode so that you can click links and open notes. There are two ways to advance through a PDF in Full Screen mode: You can use keyboard shortcuts for navigational and magnification commands, and you can set a Full Screen preference to display Full Screen navigation buttons that you click to change pages or exit Full Screen mode.
The Full Screen navigation bar contains Previous Page , Next Page , and Close Full Screen View buttons, which appear in the lower left corner of the work area.
If the Full Screen navigation bar is not shown, you can use keyboard shortcuts to navigate through a PDF.
To go to the next page, press the Enter, Page Down, or Right Arrow key.
To go to the previous page, press Shift+Enter, Page Up, or the Left Arrow key.
To change the magnification, press Ctrl+0/Command+0 for Fit Page view, Ctrl+1/Command+1 for actual size, Ctrl+2/Command+2 for Fit Width view, or Ctrl+3/Command+3 for Fit Visible view.
Press Esc. (Escape Key Exits must be selected in the Full Screen preferences. This is the default setting.)