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1:How do you select a hidden tool?
A1: You can select a hidden tool by holding down the mouse button on either the related tool or the triangle next to the related tool until the additional tools appear, and then dragging to the tool you want. You can hold down Shift and press the letter key shown in the tool tip to cycle through the group of tools, or you can expand the toolbar by holding down the mouse button on the related tool or the triangle next to it until the additional tools appear, and then selecting the Expand This Button option.
2:Name several ways in which you can move to a different page.
A2: You can switch pages by clicking the Previous Page or Next Page button in the toolbar; dragging the scroll box in the scroll bar; highlighting the page box in the status bar and entering a page number; or clicking a bookmark, thumbnail, or link that jumps to a different page.
3:Name several ways in which you can change the view magnification.
A3: You can change the view magnification by clicking the Actual Size, Fit in Window, or Fit Width button in the toolbar; marquee-zooming with the zoom-in or zoom-out tool; choosing a preset magnification from the magnification menu in the Viewing toolbar; or highlighting the magnification box and entering a specific percentage.
4:How would you find a topic in the Acrobat 5.0 online Help?
A4: You can look for a topic using the Acrobat 5.0 online Help bookmarks. You can look for topics on the Contents page of the Acrobat 5.0 online Help. You can look in the index for keywords. You can search for words in the Acrobat 5.0 online Help using the Find command or Search command.
5:How would you print a graphic or a selected portion of text rather than the entire page?
A5: You can print a graphic from a mixed text and graphics page by selecting the graphic using the graphics select tool. When you open the Print dialog box, Selected Graphic is selected for the Print Range, and when you click Print, only the graphic will print. You can use this same technique to print a portion of text.


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