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Working with Menus

Adobe Reader offers several menu commands at the top of the Adobe Reader window. You can use these menu commands in addition to tools and Navigation panes to invoke actions.

File Menu

The File menu enables you to open/close documents, save files, save copies of files, email documents, manage digital editions, and print files. You can also open and close files, print files, and email files using keyboard shortcuts or tools in the File toolbar. The File menu is most useful when you're working with Digital Editions. You can open the Digital Editions window from the File menu and work with eBooks. You can also use the Digital Editions window as your personal file manager. In addition, you'll find a list of recently viewed files at the bottom of the menu (Windows) or in a submenu (Macintosh). You'll frequently use the recently viewed files in Adobe Reader to quickly access files in the current or previous Adobe Reader sessions. For more information on working with the Digital Editions window, see Chapter 20, “Working with Digital Editions.”



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