Acrobat Reader provides a number of ways to help you find files, file content, and folders. When no file is open, the bottom menu displays locations for the following:
To see a list of recently viewed files, tap Home.
Search for a file by title as follows:
When the search result appears, you further refine the result by tapping on a file location.
Open a file.
Enter the search term.
Tap Search. The first result is highlighted.
Tap the right or left arrow to show the next or previous occurrence.
By default, a menu at the top of an open file displays icons for common tasks. The menu varies based on the viewing context. For example, items in the top menu bar change depending on whether you’re viewing a private file, a shared file, or a review file.
When a file is open, a single tap changes the view to immersive mode. Immersive mode hides the menus so that you can see more of the document.
When your PDF document has five or more pages:
A scrubber tab appears (navigation slider). Depending on your view mode, it will appear on the right side or bottom of the of the screen.
Long press the tab and slide to another page.
When your PDF document has 5 or more pages:
Tap the scrubber tab. Depending on your view mode, it will appear on the right side or bottom of the of the screen.
Enter a number in the Go To Page dialog.
Double-tap anywhere in your document to zoom into the exact content you want to see. Acrobat Reader analyzes the document and fits the view to the column of text under your tap. Double tap again to zoom out.
In a PDF, tap to show the action menu with links to items in the document. If they exist, then the menu provides links to:
Files in an open review may content a list of reviewer comments. To view the comments:
When a document has attachments, you can navigate to them quickly by using the pop up menus:
If a document contains bookmarks, an icon appears in the lower right toolbar.