moderated Re: Adobe Acrobat DC Question
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Hope your day is going well.
To answer your question about reading multi page doc in Acrobat Reader DC you need to do the following:
1. Open your file.
2. Once it completely opened do the following:
File > View > Read Out Loud > Read to Bottom, or you can do the keyboard command Ctrl + Shitft + B and that should read your entire document.
Hope this helps.
Take care for now.
If you need any other questions don't hesitate to ask since I am visually impaired college graduate that been using accessibility packages for over 20 years.
From: Dean Martineau <topdot@...>
To: main <email@example.com>
Sent: Fri, Jan 17, 2020 8:01 am
Subject: Re: Adobe Acrobat DC Question
Ctrl+Pgdn is the keystroke to advance to the next page. This is probably a larger document, and you have your accessibility settings to load only visible pages in large documents. I know people who recommend that this not be done, that the entire document be loaded, even though this can take a little longer. You can change the setting for the current document by hitting shift+Ctrl+5, and can change the default accessibility options in the accessibility submenu off the edit menu.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Tom Behler
I am trying to read a multi-page PDF attachment I just received, but I can’t get Adobe Acrobat DC to advance beyond the first page.
Is there a setting I need to change to make this happen?
I used to be able to read multi-page documents with no problem, and wonder if something got changed in an update.