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ADOBE® READER® (VIEWING PDFs)
Using the Pages Tab
When you click the Pages tab it expands the left navigation area and displays thumbnail images of each page.
You can click a thumbnail image to display that page in the document window. The thumbnail of the current page is highlighted (sometimes with a colored border).
The current area being displayed in the document window is outlined with a red rectangle on the thumbnail image. To view another area of the same page, simply click an edge of the red rectangle (the pointer changes to a hand) and drag the rectangle to another area of the thumbnail.
The image to the right illustrates the expanded Pages tab.
Last updated: June 23, 2011
Creating a "fillable form" using Adobe Acrobat? Be aware that Acrobat 8 Professional ships with Adobe LiveCycle Designer, an application used to create advanced PDF forms. The learning curve for this software is quite steep, so we suggest you only use it if you're creating complicated forms. For most forms, use the Acrobat forms tools, available from the Advanced Editing menu in Acrobat. See the workshop handout, Adobe Acrobat: Introduction, for help getting started with basic PDF forms.
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