Moving around a document

You can move around each page of a document by any of the following methods:

  • Scrolling up and down using the mouse wheel. To move around a page just by moving the mouse:

    1. Right-click the page and select Autoscroll.

    2. Move the mouse pointer towards the bottom of the window to scroll down; it will scroll faster depending on how far down the window you go.

    3. To stop autoscrolling, click anywhere in the document.

  • Using the scroll bar on the document window.

  • Using the up and down arrow keys of your keyboard.

  • Dragging the page around with your mouse, as if you are grabbing it. To do this:

    • Move the mouse pointer over the page and hold down the middle mouse button to drag it around.

    • If you don't have a middle mouse button, hold down the left and right mouse buttons at the same time, then drag.

Flipping between pages

You can move between pages of a document using one of the following methods:

  • Click the < or > buttons on the toolbar.

  • Press the Ctrl+Page Up or Ctrl+Page Down buttons on the keyboard.

  • To go to a specific page:

    • Type a page number in Select Page on the toolbar and press Enter.

    • If you want to see the previously visited pages press < or > on the toolbar.

    • If you want to go to the beginning or the end of the document:

      • Click the File options menu in the top right corner and select First Page. You can also press Ctrl+Home on your keyboard.

      • Click the File options menu in the top right corner and select Last Page or press Ctrl+End on your keyboard.

  • To move ten pages at a time, press Shift+Page Up or Shift+Page Down.

    You can only move around one page at a time, by default. If you want to move between pages just by scrolling or dragging, click the View options button in the top-right corner and select Continuous.

Zooming in and out

  • Click the View options button in the top-right corner and select Zoom In or use the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl++ to zoom in.

  • Click the View options button in the top-right corner and select Zoom Out or use the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+- to zoom out.

Alternatively, you can do one of the following:

  • hold down Ctrl and use your mouse scroll wheel to zoom.

  • select desired zoom percentage from the drop down menu above the window.

The Fit Page option will make a document page fit the whole height of the window.

The Fit Width option will make a document page fill the whole width of the window.

If you want to see two pages at once, side by side, like in a book, click the View options button in the top-right corner and select Dual.

If the allow-links-change-zoom gsetting is set to false, links are blocked from changing your zoom level.

You can use the whole of your screen to view the document:

  • Click the View options button in the top-right corner and select Fullscreen or press F11.

  • To exit the full screen mode:

    • Press F11 or Escape

    • Or disable Fullscreen by clicking the View options button in the top-right corner and select Fullscreen.