Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting the initial view of a PDF, part of Building PDFs with Acrobat XI.
There are times when you may want to control the initial view of a PDF file …when a user opens it in Adobe Reader 11 or Adobe Acrobat 11. …Let's take a look at how to control this option. …So I've already opened my Pixology September 2012 file and we can see that …when we initially open this document, it is zoomed in at about 104%, and probably …what's happening is it's fitting the width to my window. …So, I'd like to change that because when a user opens this, they're really only …seeing the top portion of my page. So what I'm going to do is go to the File …menu in Acrobat and I'm going to choose Properties.…
And the document properties allows us to specify a lot of options but it also …gives us a lot of useful information as you can see in this description tab right here. …You can see what application created it, what version it is, how big it is, so on …and so forth. But we're going to click on the Initial …View button, up here at the top, and this is where we can control the layout and …
- Customizing the workspace
- Setting the initial view of a PDF
- Changing how a page displays
- Adding bookmarks
- Creating links
- Searching a PDF
- Creating and modifying PDF files
- Collaborating using comments and reviews
- Sharing files via email
- Creating and distributing PDF forms
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Getting Started
2. The Acrobat Interface
3. Viewing and Navigating PDF Files
4. Creating PDF Files
5. Modifying PDF Files
6. Collaborating with PDF Files
7. Sharing PDF Files
Sharing files via email2m 58s
8. PDF Forms
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