Setting page display
Select a display style from.
Open the drop-down list and select one of the commands below.
- Single Page
This display one page in the Document Panel at a time.
This displays the pages one below the other with a scroll bar to move between them.
This displays two pages side-by-side in the Document Panel.
This displays side-by-side page pairs, one below the other. For longer documents, the first page is placed on the right, so that left and right pages all display correctly.
- Show Cover Page in Facing View
When Facing is selected, and this option is checked, then the first page of the document is displayed alone, but the rest of the pages are displayed in pairs.
View bar controls
The View bar is located at the base of the program window, and has the following navigation and zoom controls:
Rotates page view left.
Rotates page view right.
Standard page navigation arrows, moving to the first page, previous page, next page or last page.
Numeric page number box.
Click the arrow to select zoom ratio from the list of presets, or edit the value directly.
The View bar also offers three most useful viewing choices that combine scrolling options with fit options. These tools appear to the right of the zoom controls:
Fit Page: Display one page at a time (Single Page) and fit each page into the Document panel, so all contents remain visible without scrolling. If the Document panel is resized, or you move to a different-sized page, the image is resized accordingly.
Fit Width: Display pages one below the other (Continuous) and fit the width of all pages into the Document panel, so contents remain visible without horizontal scrolling. If the Document panel is resized, the image is resized accordingly. The widest page in each document determines the magnification.
Full Screen: Display each page in the full screen area, which is typically selected for presentations. Use the bottom right toolbar to move to the next or previous page, or return from Full Screen view (also achieved by pressing Escape or Ctrl+L).
Use the Document Assembly tool at to display more pages, making it easier to perform page operations or move, insert, extract and copy pages or selected objects or text blocks to other pages in the same or other documents. See Document Assembly for details. Click the same tool again to exit Document Assembly mode and return to the previous viewing mode set under .
When this tool is selected, two more tools appear:
Renumber Pages: Update automatic numbering in a header / footer to reflect changes made in Document Assembly mode. This tool becomes active only if the current PDF has page numbering set in a header or footer.
Page Assembly: View and insert pages from one or more documents, with conversion to PDF as necessary.