Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video A tour of the Reader DC interface, part of Learning Acrobat Reader DC.
- Let's take a few minutes now…to look over the Acrobat Reader interface…to familiarize ourselves with its layout.…Even if you've used versions of Reader in the past,…you'll find that the look has changed here in Reader DC.…Now, I'm using Reader on the Mac,…but the appearance between the Mac and Windows versions…is pretty unified, so if you're on Windows,…you won't have any trouble following along here.…So when you first open Reader,…you see the main Reader window.…Everything that happens in Reader…pretty much takes place in this one single window.…Here in the upper left-hand corner, we see two buttons.…We have Home and Tools, currently Home is selected.…
The Home area is divided into two main categories,…File Lists, and Storage.…Under File Lists, you can select Recent…to see a listing of any PDFs you've opened recently.…Because this is a new installation of Reader…and I haven't opened any files in it yet,…I see it says here No Recent Files.…Once I open some files, they'll be listed here…and I can click them easily to open them up again.…
- Recognize the difference between Acrobat Reader and Adobe Acrobat.
- Recall the steps to search for case-sensitive words in a PDF document.
- Identify the function of four tools available in Acrobat Reader.
- Explain how to open a file attached to a PDF document.
- Determine how to share a document with an anonymous link.