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Adobe Reader has a feature that allows the document to advance the page automatically while in full screen mode. To turn this feature on, follow these...
Article Id: 18691
Category: Basic Features & How To's

By default, Adobe Reader will only display the currently selected document in full screen mode. If you have more than one .PDF file open and wishes to view all of them in full screen mode, follow these steps: To Enable Fullscreen for All Opened Documents 1. Open a .PDF document in Adobe Reader.
Article Id: 18693
Category: Basic Features & How To's

Single-key accelerators can make it easier to navigate documents with Adobe Reader. Follow these steps to enable single-key accelerators: 1. Click Edit and select Preferences .
Article Id: 18654
Category: Basic Features & How To's

In Adobe Reader's full screen mode, the navigation bar does not appear using the default settings. To configure Adobe Reader to display the navigation bar while full screen mode is in use, follow these...
Article Id: 18696
Category: Basic Features & How To's

Adobe Reader makes it easy to keep the same view settings for a document, even if it is closed. Follow these steps to accomplish this in Adobe Reader 9: 1. Click Acrobat Reader and select Preferences .
Article Id: 18656
Category: Basic Features & How To's

The following shortcuts allow the user to utilize the keyboard to access accessibility options in Adobe Reader. ...
Article Id: 18697
Category: Basic Features & How To's

By default, when the end of a document is reached in Adobe Reader's full screen mode, nothing will happen. If the user would like to start back at the beginning of the document, follow these...
Article Id: 18645
Category: Basic Features & How To's

By default, Adobe Reader is configured to open hyperlinks that link to somewhere else in the document in the same window. To make these links open up in a new window, follow these steps: To Open Cross-document Links in a New Window 1. Click Acrobat Reader | Preferences .
Article Id: 18698
Category: Basic Features & How To's

Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) lets you capture and view robust information — from any application, on any computer system — and share it with anyone around the world. Individuals, businesses, and government agencies everywhere trust and rely on Adobe® PDF to communicate their ideas and vision. If you are having trouble with Adobe Acrobat...
Article Id: 18647
Category: Basic Features & How To's

Adobe Reader includes a feature that will read the PDF file out loud using the digitized speech that is present in the OS (Operating System). This article will show the user how to activate and utilize the read out loud feature in Adobe Reader. 1. Click View and move the pointer down to Read Out Loud .
Article Id: 18649
Category: Basic Features & How To's