Linux – Adobe Reader Shortcut Keys

Adobe Reader shortcut keys

Linux – Adobe Reader Shortcut Keys

Adobe Reader Shortcut Keys for Linux

h – Use hand tool
v – Use select tool
g – Use snapshot tool
Ctrl+[+]/Ctrl+- – Zoom in / zoom out (or Ctrl + mouse scroll)
Ctrl+0 (zero) – Zoom to fit page
Ctrl+1 – Zoom to 100%
Ctrl+2/Ctrl+3 – Zoom to fit width / zoom to fit visible
Ctrl+4 – Reflow document. May make it easier to read
Ctrl+y – Zoom to specific Magnification
Arrow Down/Arrow Up – Scroll down / scroll up
Page Down/Page Up – Jump one screen down / one screen up
Home/End – Jump to beginning/ jump to end of document
Ctrl+Page Down/Ctrl+Page Up – Jump one page down / one page up
Alt+Arrow Left/Alt+Arrow Right – Jump to previously visited page / next page or view
Ctrl+Shift+n – Goto page number specified
Ctrl+Shift+h – Turn automatic scrolling on or off. Use Arrow up /Arrow down to control speed and direction
Ctrl+Shift+[+] – Rotate page clockwise
Ctrl+Shift+- – Rotate page counter-clockwise
Ctrl+h – Turn Reading Mode on or off (hide toolbar and menu bar)
Ctrl+l – Turn Full Screen Mode on or off
F4 – Show/hide Navigation Pane
F8 – Show/hide Toolbar
F9 – Show/hide Menu (file, edit, etc.)
Ctrl+f – Find box (use f6 to jump between window elements to get back to document)
F3/Shift+F3 – Find next / find previous (alternative is Ctrl+g /Ctrl+Shift+g)
Ctrl+a – Select all
Ctrl+Shift+a – De-select all
Ctrl+d – Document properties
Ctrl+Shift+s – Save a copy
Ctrl+p – Print Page menu
Ctrl+Shift+p – Print Setup menu
Ctrl+o – Open File
Ctrl+w – Close current document
Ctrl+q – Exit (close all documents)
Ctrl+k – Access Preferences
Ctrl+Shift+j – Cascase all windows
Ctrl+Shift+k – Tile all windows horizontally
Ctrl+Shift+l – Tile all windows vertically
Ctrl+Shift+5 – Change Accessability Reading Options
Ctrl+Shift+6 – Accessability Quick Check

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