Opening documents and moving them around


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Opening documents and moving them around

So, let's begin our exploration of Adobe Acrobat Pro by just opening up a PDF and moving around in it. To do that, I'm going to go to the File menu and choose Open. The keyboard command, as in most other programs, is Ctrl+O or Cmd+O if you're on a Macintosh. Now I'll open up this Handbook. By default, PDFs open at their widest possible amount in Adobe Acrobat. So, one of the first things that you're going to want to do would be to reduce the view scale.

So this document, right now, is we're looking at it at 130% in size. What I could do would be to click this button right here, which fits the page to the window so I can get an idea of how large an individual page in this PDF is. So it's a little easier to deal with in my opinion, unless I was really needed to zoom in. You don't need to be zoomed in that much. Now, the other thing that I always want to know when I open a PDF is how many pages are in this document and which page am I looking at, and you can di...

Opening documents and moving them around
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Opening documents and moving them around provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Anne-Marie Concepción as part of the Acrobat X Essential Training

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