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FAQ: How to go to a specific page

Apr 11, 2013 2:11 PM

Using Go to Page

 

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  1. Tap/click the page number indicator in the lower left.
  2. Type a new page number.
  3. Press the Enter key on the keyboard to jump to the specified page or tap/click away to stay on the current page.

 

If you enter a page number that is out of range, the background will turn red.

 

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Using Semantic Zoom

 

There is a little known Windows 8 feature called "Semantic Zoom".

 

Adobe Reader Touch supports Semantic Zoom for document navigation. To use Semantic Zoom, go to the application window displaying a PDF document.

 

  • For a Touch-enabled device - Pinch (move your two fingers toward each other).
  • Using mouse & keyboard - Hold down the Ctrl key and scroll the mouse wheel down.
  • Using keyboard only - Hold down the Ctrl key and press the Minus ('-') key.
  • Using mouse only - Click the Minus ('-') button in the lower right corner of the document window.

 

until you see the page thumbnail view.  Then, you can tap/click the page that you want to go to.

 

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Using Bookmarks

 

A PDF document containing a large number of pages typically has bookmarks (added by the author of the document).

 

  1. Bring up the toolbars by swiping from the top/bottom edge or right-clicking with a mouse.
  2. Tap/click the Bookmarks button in the top toolbar to open the Bookmarks pane.
  3. Tap/click a chapter/section label to jump to the corresponding page.