Reading Adobe Acrobat PDF files. A simple easy-to-understand guide to the Adobe Acrobat reader and PDF ebooks
Reading Adobe Acrobat PDF files
Tips for easy navigation and comfortable reading of PDF files, including e-books. Reading PDF files is a joy when you understand the features.
#1 tip: Upgrade Acrobat
(Maybe you don't even have this excellent plug-in yet? You need it because:
Use the bookmarks to find the information you want
To show or hide the bookmarks, just click on the second icon in
the menu bar:
Hover over a bookmark and you'll see the complete text:
Click on the triangle beside a bookmark
and you might see nested bookmarks within that chapter:
Click on a bookmark and you'll go straight to the relevant section:
Two ways to hide the bookmarks after you're finished with them -
#2: Or click again on the navigation icon:
Other ways to move around a PDF e-book
And drag with your finger pressing the mouse button:
Use the scroll bar to move up and down the document, just as you
would with a web page or a text document.
3. Use the arrows in the top menu bar.
4. Choose "fit in window" and use the Page Up and Page Down keys.
(Also a handy feature when you are showing a PDF as a presentation.)
Choose big print for easy reading on screen
Then the print is wonderfully easy to read:
Another way to make the page fill the screen - click the "fit
© 2002 Rachel McAlpine
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