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Page Navigation

To navigate between pages, use one of the following.

  • The scrollbars.
  • Previous and Next navigation buttons.

    These buttons allow you to switch to the previous or next page of a document.

  • The Pager that is used to show the current page number and the total number of pages in a document.

    To change the page number in the Pager, type a new page number and press ENTER.

  • The Page Thumbnails panel located on the Navigation pane.

    To jump to the page in a document, click a page thumbnail in the Page Thumbnails panel.

    For more information, see Thumbnails.

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