Adobe Acrobat Accessibility Shortcuts

Keyboard shortcuts can save a lot of time and effort for those who know how to use them. For people who are blind or have visual disabilities, using a mouse can be inconvenient at best, so shortcuts are essential. This PDF tip offers some crucial keyboard shortcuts relating to Acrobat’s Read Out Loud feature.

Read Out Loud keyboard shortcuts include:

  • CTRL-SHIFT-V: Reads the current page.
  • CTRL-SHIFT-B: Reads the current document.
  • CTRL-SHIFT-C: Pauses or resumes reading.
  • CTRL-SHIFT-E: Stops reading.

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