Navigate and manipulate the view of a PDF document

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 h4. Navigating Within a PDF File
  
  
 h5. Using Bookmarks
  
 {color:}If a PDF file has been created with bookmarks, you can use the bookmarks like a table of contents to choose what you want to view.{color}
 {color:}Bookmarks are displayed on a tab in the utility pane on the left side of the Viewer. However, they are not displayed if{color} {color:}{*}View{*}{color} {color:}*>*{color} {color:}{*}Hide{*}{color} {color:}{*}Utility{*}{color} {color:}{*}Pane{*}{color} {color:}has been selected.{color}
  
  
 h5. Viewing a Bookmark Topic
  
 To view a bookmark topic, click the bookmark topic name:
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 h5. Viewing More Bookmark Topics
  
 If a bookmark has a*+*symbol beside it, you can expand a parent bookmark topic to reveal its children. Similarly, click the - symbol next to a bookmark to collapse a parent bookmark and hide its children.
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 h5. Viewing the Next or Previous Page
  
* To view the next page of a PDF file, select{color} {color:}{*}Document{*}{color} {color:}*>*{color} {color:}{*}Next{*}{*}Page{*}.
  * To view the next page of a PDF file, select{*}Document{*}*>*{*}Next{*}{*}Page{*}.
 * To view the previous page of a PDF file, select {*}Document{*}*>*{*}Previous{*}{*}Page{*}. Using the toolbar, select the Next Page or Previous Page buttons to navigate.
 
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 h5. Viewing the First or Last Page
  
 * To view the first page of a PDF file, select {*}Document{*} *>*{*}First{*}{*}Page{*}.
* To view the previous page of a PDF file, select{*}Document{*} *>* {*}Last{*} {*}Page{*}.
  * To view the previous page of a PDF file, select {*}Document{*} *>* {*}Last{*} {*}Page{*}.
 * Using the toolbar, select the First Page or Last Page buttons to navigate.{color}
 
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 h5. Viewing a Specific Page
  
 To view a specific page of a PDF file:
# Select{color} {color:}{*}Document{*}{color} {color:}*>*{color} {color:}{*}Go{*}{color} {color:}{*}To{*}{color} {color:}{*}Page{*}{color}{color:}.
  1. Select {*}Document{*}*>*{*}Go{*}{*}To{*}{*}Page{*}.
  
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# In the{color} {color:}{*}Go{*}{color} {color:}{*}To{*}{color} {color:}{*}Page{*}{color} {color:}dialog, select a page number and click{color} {color:}{*}OK{*}{color}{color:}.
   
 2. In the{*}Go{*}{*}To{*}{*}Page{*}dialog, select a page number and click{*}OK{*}.
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Using the toolbar, type a page number in the page number field and press{color} {color:}{*}Enter{*}{color}{color:}.
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  Using the toolbar, type a page number in the page number field and press{*}Enter{*}.
  
 {color:}[back to top|#top]{color}
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