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ADOBE® READER® (VIEWING PDFs)

Viewing Adobe PDF Documents (part 2)

Bottom Toolbar Used for Navigation

At the bottom of the display window lies an additional toolbar that contains buttons to navigate within the PDF document. Below are images of the two areas of this bottom toolbar.

bottom navigation buttons   bottom view pages buttons

The following table explains each button on the bottom toolbar from above:

Toolbar button Button meaning
first page button Displays the first page of the document in the display window.
previosu page button Displays the previous page of the document in the display window.
page number area Displays the page number of the page in the display window. You can select this text and type a new page number, then press <Enter> or <Return> on the keyboard to display that page.
next page button Displays the next page of the document in the display window.
last page button

Displays the last page of the document in the display window.

previous view
Displays the previous view of the document in the display window. For example, if you change the look of a page by viewing it at a different percentage, or change it to "fit page" on the screen, this is considered a different "view" of the document.
next view button Displays the next view of the document in the display window. For example, if you change the look of a page by viewing it at a different percentage, or change it to "fit page" on the screen, this is considered a different "view" of the document.
single page button Displays the pages one page at a time in the display window.
continuous page button Displays the pages one page at a time, continuously in the display window (no break in the screen at the end of a page).
continous facing pages button Resizes the pages to display them two pages at a time, continuously in the display window (no break in the screen at the end of a page).
facing pages button Resizes the pages to display them two pages at a time in the display window.

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Last updated: June 23, 2011