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I have a PDF slideshow (not PowerPoint), and I want to present the slideshow to someone remotely. I can use Skype for the voice, but I want to also be able to have the slides he sees synchronized with what I see without me having to let him know which slide I am on (so when I click, he goes to the next slide as well). Is that possible?

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Try TeamViewer in presentation mode. It will allow you to share your screen without allowing the other person control.

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is there something which is free? – remotess Sep 26 '11 at 1:11
@remotess TeamViewer is free. – Jin Sep 26 '11 at 1:54

If you're using Skype (free version), you can share your screen with one person at a time.

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