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Adobe Acrobat Tips & Tricks

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Supports Adobe Acrobat X, 9.0, and 8.0 unless noted; most tips also support Adobe Reader

Making Room on the Screen
If you have opened a number of Acrobat toolbars and want to return to the default set, choose View > Toolbars > Reset Toolbars. Acrobat closes the extras and the layout reverts to the default toolbars in the default locations.

Zooming In and Zooming Out
Try these keyboard shortcuts to quickly change or zoom the view of any document open in Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader:

  • Zoom In: [Ctrl] + "+" (increase by 25% each time)
  • Zoom Out: [Ctrl] + "-" (decrease by 25% each time)
  • Fit Page: [Ctrl] + 0 (zero)
  • Actual Size: [Ctrl] + 1 (100%)
  • Fit Width: [Ctrl] + 2
  • Fit Visible: [Ctrl] + 3
  • Zoom To (set Zoom level): [Ctrl] +Y

Change Screen Mode
To modify how you view your documents in Adobe Acrobat, select options from the View menu or these handy keyboard shortcuts:

  • Full Screen Mode: [Ctrl] + L
  • Reading Mode: [Ctrl] + H

Reflow Your View
If a document is highly magnified, some of the content may not be visible. To improve readability for documents with extensive text, press [Ctrl] + 4 to engage the Reflow mode. While viewing the PDF document with Reflow turned on, you can increase or decrease the magnification settings and Acrobat or Reader will immediately reflow the text. Also available under View > Zoom > Reflow. Note: Not recommended for PDF files with graphics and detailed layout features.

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