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Chapter 1. Acrobat Basics > Exploring Acrobat's Panes

Exploring Acrobat's Panes

The panes are mini-windows that assist you in finding your way through a PDF document—Bookmarks, Signatures, Layers, Pages, Attachments, and Comments. By default, the panes are “docked” in the Navigation pane of the document window, but the panes can be moved, resized, and grouped. When they're in the Navigation pane, you can see the tabs of all panes (which is why Adobe refers to them as “tabbed panes”), but only the top pane's contents are visible. Just click a tab to see the contents of another pane.

You can pull a tabbed pane out of the Navigation pane by clicking its tab and dragging it anywhere on the screen. Then it's called a “floating panel,” and you can move it freely around the screen by dragging its label. You can also group floating panels together by dragging the tab of one into the window of another.


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