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Comment #13: by Rajakishore sahoo on 5/19/2017:

I am very glad after getting all shortcut keys from your site. Thanks [Reply]

Comment #12: by Vanshika on 6/17/2015:

Thank you so much for the help...! :) [Reply]

Comment #11: by laxmikant on 5/31/2014:

I want to Know how to Unhide the Semitransperent Floating Pane in adobe reader when it used in browser.
In some of the sites pdfs are viewed but all toolbars are disabled only reading pane can be viewed by rightclicking on it.
But the semitransperant floating pane is very usefull to Print/ save/and navigate. some how it is disappeared from my browser due to any settings or anything unknown. So I want to know how to restore this pane or how to unhide this semitransperant floating pane for Adobe reader X in Web browser while viewing in Browser [Reply]

Comment #10: by ashish110 on 12/4/2012:

Thnkx...............for all of these its really cool..plz add more.. [Reply]

Reply by shortcutworld60@gmail.com on 11/20/2015:

Thank you! my learning will go to words english

Comment #8: by david on 2/14/2012:

typo:
http://www.shortcutworld.com/en/win/Adobe-Reader_9.html
2.Zoom features>ctrl + 4> Reflow document. May make it easier to read (not makes) [Reply]

Reply by bernd on 2/14/2012:

Corrected. thanks! Keep on pointing these things out and content quality is getting better piece by piece.

Comment #6: by Yuriy on 2/10/2012:

Hi, thanks for the keys, got some new ones for me)
Does anybody know if there exists a hot key to "Fit one page to window"? It slightly differs from Ctrl+0 combination. When you hit Ctrl+0, the page fits to the window, but when you scroll with a mouse after that, the document scrolls as well, but not jumps to another page quickly. [Reply]

Comment #5: by Ed Jones on 10/25/2011:

My installation requires a Ctrl-Home & Ctrl-End to navigate to the beginning and end of the document. [Reply]

Reply by bernd on 10/29/2011:

corrected. should have been that from the beginning.

Comment #3: by bernd on 6/25/2011:

@Andabata: I just copied them to the Linux Section. If somebody could let me know if the same applies for the Adobe X Shortcuts as well, let me know [Reply]

Comment #2: by Andabata on 4/19/2011:

These shortcuts work for Adobe 9 Unix (Linux) version too.rnThanks. [Reply]

Comment #1: by CJIoHuKu on 2/13/2011:

Hi. THank you for the explanation. Nobody could tell me what I have to do to enable single key shortcuts. Thanks man. [Reply]

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