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We apologize for the inconvenience caused, as per the description above, you want to add Marquee Zoom tool to the Quick access toolbar in Acrobat Pro DC, Is that correct?
Please open any PDF file in Acrobat Pro DC, and navigate to View>Show/Hide>Toolbar items>Show Select&Zoom tools>Marquee Zoom.
Once you will select it, you can see Marquee Zoom icon in the toolbar thus becoming easier for you to access from there.
You may also refer to Adobe Acrobat Workspace basics
Feel free to update this discussion for any further assistance.
See the above instructions by Anand Sri. I am using Adobe Acrobat XI Pro, and this worked for me. Thank you, Anand!
This answer IS NOT CORRECT. This does not work, I tried this before posting. When I select the marquee zoom from the menu, the cursor changes to magnifying glass symbol and I can use it to marquee zoom. But the icon DOES NOT APPEAR on my toobar. If I switch to another type of cursor (to select text for instance), then I have to go back to the menu and re-select marquee zoom every time I want to use it.
Please tell me how to I get the icons I choose to appear on the toolbar and stay there. The only icons on the toolbar are the standard default icons. See the snip below, marquee IS selected, but is NOT on the toolbar. This is after I selected it, and then went back to the toolbar to show that is is still selected.
Why is marquee zoom and the most useful other features not listed in the 'Customize Quick Tools' lists?
Please tell the developers responsible for this latest release that I work in a government office with many users of this software, and NO-ONE likes this latest version. The most simple useful features are gone, and a bunch of stuff nobody uses clutters up the interface.
I don't know why you're selecting the marquee zoom from the menu, that isn't what the earlier answers said to do. Please read them again, especially the screen shot in the first reply. From the View menu DO NOT SELECT ZOOM.
When you select as shown in this graphic from Anand Sri, you will see that instead of selecting 'Zoom' from the 'View' dropdown, you need to select 'Show/Hide' instead. Then from there, select ' Toolbar Items '; then ' Show Select & Zoom Tools'; then 'Marquee Zoom'.
View > Show/Hide > Toolbar Items > Show Select & Zoom Tools > Marquee Zoom
I hope this helps. Thank you again, Anand Sri!
I apologize, I did misread the instructions. It does work, I was able to add the marquee zoom and other favorite functions to the toolbar.
I still question why it is buried 4 layers down in a menu, when there is already a way to add buttons to the toolbar (customize). When you do it this way (show/hide), after you click a function to add it, the menu tree disappears and you have to dig all the way back down again for the next one. Why not just have one area to customize toolbars? And then let the user slide the buttoms around however they like by just grabbing them?
Anyway, thanks again for the help, I can get back to work now...