Difference between revisions of "Full Screen Mode"

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*enlarges displayed object somewhat
 
*enlarges displayed object somewhat
 
*does not display extraneous window decorations
 
*does not display extraneous window decorations
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Essential navigation tools, PgUp, PgDn, mouse clicks continue having their usual effect in Full-Screen mode
   
 
The generally used method of exiting Full Screen Mode and returning to normal display is to press ESC key.
 
The generally used method of exiting Full Screen Mode and returning to normal display is to press ESC key.
   
Many Apps have Full-Screen Mode, including
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Many recent verions of Apps have Full-Screen Mode, including
 
*LibreOffice
 
*LibreOffice
 
*Firefox
 
*Firefox
 
*PDF readers
 
*PDF readers
   
Full-Screen Mode is most effective when the document has been prepared in '''Landscape''' orientation
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Full-Screen Mode is at its most effective when the document has been prepared in '''Landscape''' orientation
   
--[[User:Rpeters|Rpeters]] ([[User talk:Rpeters|talk]]) 16:10, 20 January 2015 (AEDT)
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--[[User:Rpeters|Rod]] ([[User talk:Rpeters|talk]]) 16:10, 20 January 2015 (AEDT)
 
[[Category: Technical Info]]
 
[[Category: Technical Info]]

Revision as of 15:13, 20 January 2015

Full-Screen mode displays only the contents of the document

  • all other window decorations are not displayed in this mode
    • menus
    • sroll bars
    • status bar at bottom of screen

The mode is very useful when using a projector

  • enlarges displayed object somewhat
  • does not display extraneous window decorations

Essential navigation tools, PgUp, PgDn, mouse clicks continue having their usual effect in Full-Screen mode

The generally used method of exiting Full Screen Mode and returning to normal display is to press ESC key.

Many recent verions of Apps have Full-Screen Mode, including

  • LibreOffice
  • Firefox
  • PDF readers

Full-Screen Mode is at its most effective when the document has been prepared in Landscape orientation

--Rod (talk) 16:10, 20 January 2015 (AEDT)