View PDFs

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Find a topic in your PDF

To locate a specific topic or term in your PDF:

  1. From the top bar, tap iconsearch

  2. In the Search field, type the search term and then select search from the keypad.

  3. The search text is highlighted and displayed on the screen. You can use the < and > arrows in the top bar to see all occurrences of the search term.

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View table of contents

To view table of contents:

  1. Tap the PDF to show the menus.

  2. Tap overflow > Contents.

  3. Navigate through the table of contents, and tap the desired topic to open the specified page.

Get a full screen view of PDF

When you tap on the PDF, it hides the toolbars and displays the document in full-screen view. To exit the full-screen view and access the toolbars, tap again on the PDF.

To enter or exit the full-screen view, ensure that you do not tap any interactive element, such as comments, form fields, buttons, or similar.

Get continuous or single-page view

You can view your PDF in the following different modes: Continuous, Single page, or Reading Mode. You can also enable Night mode.

To view your PDF in different modes:

  1. From the top menu of the PDF, tap View settings.

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  1. In the View settings menu, select one of the following viewing modes as desired:

    • Continuous - It allows you to continuously scroll through the pages in your PDF.

    • Single page - It allows you to view your document page-by-page. To change pages, swipe left or right, or tap the right or left edge of the document.

    • Reading Mode - It gives you a continuous view of the pages with enlarged text for better readability. All PDFs are not compatible with Reading mode. For enhanced readability, we suggest that you view your PDFs in Liquid mode.

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  1. To view the PDF in night mode, tap Night mode.

    It enables the night mode that displays the text in light color against a dark screen. To switch back to the default view, tap View settings and then tap Night mode.

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Bookmark a page

You can create bookmarks to quickly access the pages of a PDF.

To access bookmarked pages:

  1. Tap overflow > Bookmarks.

  2. From the dialog, select a bookmark for the page that you want to access.

    It takes you to the selected page.

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Improve readability with Liquid mode

To make your PDF easily readable and flowable, tap liquid from the top menu.

It opens your file in Liquid mode, which enhances the layout of your PDF to help you easily read documents on your phone or tablet device.

You can further enhance the readability in Liquid mode by adjusting the text size, character spacing, and line spacing. To do so:

  1. When in Liquid mode, tap overflow > Aa Text settings.

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  2. In the settings dialog, adjust the text settings as required.

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  3. Once done, tap on the document to apply the settings.

  4. To discard the settings, tap Reset all.

  5. To exit the Liquid Mode, tap liquid again.

Enjoying Liquid Mode? Or have a concern! Share your feedback here:

  1. In liquid mode, tap overflow> Provide Feedback on Liquid Mode.

  2. On the page that opens, tap on a star to give your rating. The selected stars reflect your rating.

  3. Tap the Category drop-down and select a category for your concern, if needed.

  4. In the text box under it, enter your comment.

  5. To share your file with Adobe, tap Share my document with Adobe checkbox.

  6. Tap Submit.

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