Tag: shortcuts

Best Acrobat keyboard shortcuts — a handy list

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Acrobat is a powerful program with a lot of features. Unfortunately, this can mean that it can also take a little while to find the features that you want via the classic mouse-based approach. To help users get the most out of Acrobat, PDFforLawyers.com’s Ernest Svenson has made a list of his favorite keyboard shortcuts — downloadable as a PDF, of course.

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PDF readability shortcuts in Acrobat 7

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To streamline Acrobat’s interface, why not pick up a few simple keyboard shortcuts? This tip covers several shortcuts related to adjusting the zoom level for a more personalized and immersive reading experience.

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Keyboard navigation in Acrobat 7

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Even the quickest precision mouse users can save time using keyboard shortcuts. The ability to navigate PDF documents using only a keyboard also has the added bonus of being crucial in mouse-free environments. In this tip, Dan Shea outlines several navigational keystrokes.

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Creating bookmarks in Acrobat the easy way

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First, we’ll go back to basics: selecting text in PDF documents. Why would you want to do this? Well, perhaps you want to quickly make a document bookmark? Selected text can be used to both set the destination and name a bookmark. Pretty cool, huh? This PDF tip explains how.

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Adobe Acrobat Accessibility Shortcuts

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Keyboard shorcuts 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 for Acrobat’s Read Out Loud feature.

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MicroType posts Acrobat 7 Pro Shortcuts Guide

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Shlomo Perets of MicroType has posted a free-to-download, one-page PDF listing the numerous helpful software shortcuts in Adobe Acrobat 7 Pro for Windows.

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