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Automatically scroll through a document

Automatic scrolling advances your view of the PDF at a steady rate, moving vertically down the document. If you interrupt the process by using the scroll bars to move back or forward to another page or position, automatic scrolling continues from that point forward. At the end of the PDF, automatic scrolling stops and does not begin again until you choose automatic scrolling again.

  1. Choose View > Automatically Scroll.
  2. Press Esc to stop scrolling.
Page through a document

Page through a document

There are many ways to turn pages in a PDF. Many people use the buttons on the Page Navigation toolbar, but you can also use arrow keys, scroll bars, and other features to move forward and backward through a multipage PDF.

The Page Navigation toolbar opens by default. The default toolbar contains frequently used tools: the Next Page , Previous Page , and Page Number. Like all toolbars, the Page Navigation toolbar can be hidden and reopened by choosing it on the Toolbars menu under the View menu. You can display additional tools on the Page Navigation toolbar by right-clicking/Control-clicking the toolbar and choosing an individual tool, Show All Tools, or More Tools and then selecting and deselecting tools in the dialog box.

Move through a PDF

 Do one of the following:
  • Click the Previous Page  or Next Page  button on the toolbar.

  • Choose View > Go To > [location].

  • Choose View > Go To > Page, and then type the page number in the Go To Page dialog box. 

  • Press the Page Up and Page Down keys.

Jump to a specific page

 Do one of the following:
  • Drag the vertical scroll bar until the page appears in the small pop-up display.

  • Type the page number to replace the one currently displayed in the Page Navigation toolbar, and press Enter or Return.

    Note: If the document page numbers are different from the actual page position in the PDF file, the page