Document Editor offers several tools to help you view and navigate through your document: zoom, previous/next page buttons, page number indicator.
To adjust default view settings and set the most convenient mode to work with the document, click the View Settings icon at the upper right corner of the top toolbar and select which interface elements you want to be hidden or shown.
You can select the following options from the View Settings drop-down list:
The right sidebar is minimized by default. To expand it, select any object/text passage and click the icon of the currently activated tab on the right (click the icon once again to minimize the right sidebar).
When the Comments or Chat panel is opened, the left sidebar width is adjusted by simple drag-and-drop:
move the mouse cursor over the left sidebar border so that it turns into the bidirectional arrow and drag the border to the to the right to extend the sidebar width. To restore its original width move the border to the left.
To navigate through your document, use the following tools:
The Zoom buttons are situated in the right lower corner and are used to zoom in and out the current document.
To change the currently selected zoom value that is displayed in percent, click it and select one of the available zoom options from the list
or use the Zoom In or Zoom Out buttons.
Click the Fit Width icon to fit the document page width to the visible part of the working area.
To fit the whole document page to the visible part of the working area, click the Fit Page icon.
Zoom settings are also available in the View Settings drop-down list that can be useful if you decide to hide the Status Bar.
The Previous Page and Next Page buttons are situated in the lower right corner under the scrollbar and used to go to the previous or next page of the current document.
The Page Number Indicator shows the current page as a part of all the pages in the current document (page 'n' of 'nn').
Click this caption to open the window where you can enter the page number and quickly go to it.
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