Not sure what you mean - on my system (Windows) the vertical scroll bar is always on the right.
Can you give us a screenshot that illustrates what you mean, together with some info on your operating system?
I meant from right to left, sorry
You see, I'm left handed and when I use the scroll bar that is on the right side with the left hand I don't actually see the content of the page, because my left hand is covering the screen (I'm browsing the internet in tablet mode and I use the pen to navigate between pages).
My system is a Tablet PC with Windows XP Tablet Edition 2005 and Adobe Reader 9.3.2.
P.S. can you edit my post so the google indexes it right? (
from right to left
instead of "from left to right")
Ok, I understand.
However, I don't know if there is a way to do that. Do you have any other applications where you succeeded doing that (moving the scroll bar to the left side)?
Yes, it is possible to move the scrollbar to the left side in Firefox and OneNote. You just check a simple radio box in the options and the scrollbar moves to the left side.
In Vista, you can use the Pen Flicks functionality. (Un)fortunately I use Windows XP Tablet Edition. I've found a program that mimics the pen gestures functionality and I'm going to test it. It's called StrokeIt. http://www.tcbmi.com/strokeit/
But still I would like more to enable the scrollbar left position option in Adobe Reader (or any of the Adobe products) directly.