The Hand tool is the most frequently used tool when viewing PDF documents. Using the Hand tool, you can move to view all the areas of the page.
To view all page areas with the Hand tool:
- Hold down left mouse button to drag the page up or down. Release to stop.
- You can drag the page left or right to view all areas if the page is zoomed in to a high magnification.
Note: You can set a preference on the Hand Tool Click to determine what document pages do when you click on the page. See General Preferences.
PDF Plus includes navigation controls in the View bar at the bottom of the window and as menu commands. See View Bar.
To page through the document:
- Choose View > Go To > First Page, or click the Home key to jump to the first page of the document.
- Choose View > Go To > Next View, or click the End key to jump to the last page of the document.
- Choose View > Go To > Previous Page, or click on the View Bar to view previous page.
- Choose View > Go To > Next Page, or click on the View Bar to view next page.
- Choose View > Go To > Page and input the page number in the Go To dialog box, then press Enter. You can also do this in the View Bar.
- Also see Backtracking Your View Path.
- If you are in Fit Page view and the page layout is set to Single Page, press the up arrow or down arrow to move the current page.
Note: To learn shortcut keystrokes for paging through documents, see Hot Keystrokes.
To scroll the document automatically:
- Choose Edit > Preferences.
- In the Preferences dialog box, select General > Miscellaneous.
- Select Scroll Down from the Hand Tool Click menu.
- Click OK.
- When you click the page, the document scrolls down automatically; When you click again, it stops.
Note: You can press the up arrow (speed down) or down arrow (speed up) to adjust scrolling speed.