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Chapter 1. Acrobat Reader Basics > The Reader Palettes

The Reader Palettes

The three palettes available in Acrobat Reader—Bookmarks, Thumbnails, and Articles—are mini-windows that assist you in finding your way through a PDF document (Figure 1.52). The palettes can be moved, resized, and grouped. They can be docked in the navigation pane or float freely in the document pane (Adobe calls the latter “floating palettes”). Docked palettes have vertically oriented labels. If multiple palettes are docked, the content of just one of them is visible; only the others' labels can be seen. Because the overlapping labels resemble a series of folder tabs, Adobe refers to these docked palettes as “tabbed palettes.”

Figure 1.52. Thumbnails, Bookmarks, and Articles help you find your way around a Reader document.



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