Getting started with adobe reader

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<ul><li><p>Getting started with Adobe ReaderAdobe Reader is the gold standard for reliably viewing PDF documents on Android phones and tablets.</p><p>Lets take a look at the ways you can use PDF documents with Adobe Reader.</p><p>Swipe to the next page to get started!</p></li><li><p>I have PDF documents saved in my email and bookmarked in my web browser, plus a whole bunch more in other apps. </p><p>How do I open them with Adobe Reader?</p><p>Opening PDF documents with Adobe Reader is as simple as tapping your finger. Swipe ahead to see how.</p></li><li><p>EmailIn your email app, tap the View button next to the attach icon . Easy!</p><p>Tip: Select the Use by Default option to use Adobe Reader for all your PDF documents.</p><p> SAVE VIEW</p></li><li><p>Web browserWhen you open a PDF link in your web browser, it is saved in your Downloads widget. Simply tap the PDF file you want to open.</p><p>Downloads</p></li><li><p>Here, there, and everywhere</p><p>If your PDF document is stored in another app, you can often open it by tapping the document icon or filename. </p></li><li><p>My PDF documents are in Adobe Reader. Now what do I do?Tap the middle of the screen once to reveal the toolbars. After a few moments, they disappear until you tap again. </p></li><li><p>How do I get from one page to another?Tap the document icon in the toolbar to change how you view pages. Go with the flow or view one page at a time!</p><p> In Continuous, swipe up or down on the screen to change pages. </p><p> In Single Page, swipe left or right to change pages. Or tap the right or left edge. Go ahead, try it now!</p><p>Continuous</p><p>Single Page</p><p>Text Reflow</p><p>Automatic</p></li><li><p>Get right to the point with document scrubbing.When your PDF document has five or more pages, a handy scrubber bar appears at the bottom of the screen. </p><p>Remember to tap the middle of the screen to bring up the toolbars. Try it now!</p><p>Page 1</p></li><li><p>Try it yourself.Take a moment to see how easy it is to navigate PDF documents in Adobe Reader. </p><p>Try out the different viewing modes and scrubber bar.</p><p>Remember: Tap the middle of the screen to bring up the toolbars.</p></li><li><p>In the zoneIn Single Page, use the tap zones on the left and right edges of the screen to jump backward and forward.</p><p>Remember: Tap the document icon in the toolbar to switch to Single Page.</p><p>Next pagePrevious page</p><p>Tap zones</p></li><li><p>How can I jump to a specific chapter in my PDF document?Bookmarks in Adobe Reader make it easy to get to where you want to go.</p><p> If a PDF document has bookmarks already built in, the bookmark icon appears in the bottom right corner. Try it now!</p><p>Introduction</p><p>Opening PDFs from email and the Web</p><p>Opening PDFs from other apps</p><p>Showing the toolbars</p><p>Viewing continuous or single pages</p><p>Using the scrubber bar</p><p>Try it: Viewing modes and the</p><p>Bookmarks</p></li><li><p>How do I add comments and annotations to my document?Tap the annotation icon to add notes, text, or simple freehand line drawings to your PDF document. You can even change the color, size, transparency, and line weights of your annotations.</p><p>Tip: Press and hold for a brief moment to add annotations without selecting the annotation icon .</p><p>D. Smith 2/29/2012</p><p>This looks great! Approved as is.</p><p>for 2011 revenue</p></li><li><p>How do I fill out forms in my PDF document?You can easily fill out forms in Adobe Reader. Tap any text field in your PDF document and begin typing. You can also select radio buttons and checkboxes by tapping them.</p><p>Your name</p><p> Designer Developer</p><p> Designer Developer</p><p>Your name</p><p> Jane Williams</p></li><li><p>For more information on Adobe ReaderFor more information, visit</p><p>Adobe, the Adobe logo, the Adobe PDF logo, and Reader are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries. Android is a trademark of Google Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.</p><p> 2012 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights reserved.</p><p>Adobe Systems Incorporated 345 Park Avenue San Jose, CA 95110-2704 USA</p><p>IntroductionOpening PDFs from email and the WebEmailWeb browser</p><p>Opening PDFs from other appsShowing the toolbarsViewing continuous or single pagesUsing the scrubber barTry it: Viewing modes and the scrubber barTry it: Tap zonesTry it: BookmarksAdding commentsFilling out formsFor more information</p></li></ul>