Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Page navigation, part of Up and Running with Acrobat X.
PDF files can range from one single page to hundreds of pages in length. …Being able to navigate through those pages effectively can make a big …difference when you're trying to locate a specific page. …I'm going to begin this video with the navigating.pdf file open on my computer, …and this file can be found in the navigating folder, inside of your project …files folder. One of the easiest ways to navigate from …page to page in Acrobat 10, is by simply using the scroll wheel on your mouse to …navigate from one page to the next. As I scroll down with my mouse, I can go …forward in my document. And as I scroll up on my mouse, I can …navigate backwards on my document. I can also navigate by simply using this …scroll bar, on the right-hand side of the screen.…
You can click on the down arrow to navigate forward, and the up arrow, at …the top of the scroll bar, to navigate backwards. …But one of my favorite features, as far as navigating from page to page, is by …coming over here to the scroll bar, clicking and holding with my mouse. …
- Customizing Acrobat X
- Navigating and searching a PDF
- Creating a PDF from the Microsoft Office applications
- Creating a PDF from other applications
- Creating a PDF from a scanner, web page, or file
- Adding a watermark, header, or footer
- Basic PDF editing
- Combining multiple files into a single PDF
- Collaborating and sharing
- PDF security
- Working with PDF forms
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Acrobat X Tips and Trickswith Anne-Marie Concepción4h 33m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. The Acrobat X Interface
3. Navigating a PDF
4. PDF Creation
5. Modifying PDF Files
6. Combining PDF Files
Creating a PDF portfolio9m 13s
9. PDF Forms
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