Adobe Pdf Shortcut Keys
This is a great utility for Microsoft products. My intention was to attach a reference *.pdf file for Adobe PDF shortcuts in the Adobe PDF navigation pane and move the focus there when I need to memorize. It nearly worked. Shortcutworld.com, bernd, had a function to download MS files in PDF. I wish there were such for Adobe XI. Adobe PDF will attach *.docx formats, so this ultimately worked.Word 2010 Professional has no navigation pane as functional as Adobe PDF, best I can tell. Word does have a list base on heading styles in the navigation pane. But nothing like this attachment function in Adobe. So, is there anything I can do to promote a shortcutworld.com product for Adobe Acrobat?
Adobe Pdf Shortcut Keys
Keyboard shortcuts are special keys (such as F1 and ESC) that you use either alone or in combination with SHIFT, CTRL, or CTRL+SHIFT. These keyboard shortcuts enable you to access various types of help and execute certain menu commands.
To access the menu options you can use the ALT key followed by the relevant underlined letter. To access a menu option once the menu is open, press the relevant underlined letter. Alternatively, after pressing the ALT key, use the arrow keys followed by enter to choose alternative menus and menu options.
To perform an advanced search. The advanced search is more flexible and also presents a dialogue box showing a list of results that allow you to use arrow keys to go straight to the results that look the most relevant.
To access bookmarks. This will get you to the navigation pane on the left. Then use the arrow keys to select the bookmark icon followed by enter to view. Use arrow keys followed by enter to go to the bookmarks.
Acrobat also includes a Comments List pane for reviewing existing comments. For a quick response, just right-click on a comment and choose Reply rather than cluttering up the list with additional entries. This list can also be printed with the PDF (see shortcuts above).
UPDATE:I am using a laptop so I do not have dedicated num pad keys. I have figured out the option that works for me regardless of keyboard layout. I have num pad keys mapped accross the keyboad and accessable via Fn. Following combinations are valid:
It would be nice if there was a hotkey or shortcut for signatures and/or initials. I love the functionality but there is a delay when I click on the signature drop down inside adobe pro. There is also a delay between the signature selection and dragging it into the right position. If there was a hotkey/shortcut, I could bind it to one of my mouse buttons and just press it when I have to initial or sign.
There is a shortcut that has virtually nothing to do with fill and sign. if you sign one page, click into to edit. Select the signature and copy. then scroll and paste. It will put it in the same position on each page. Works with multiple signatures. Not sure if Adobe will read them as signed though?
every signing session for me is 3 signatures on nearly 500 pages (1500 signatures) -- a keyboard shortcut would be greatly appreciated. Up until the current version, I could copy/paste a set of 3 signature on every page, but now (Jan 2021) I find it not working anymore.
Fully agree - Adobe has to learn to cut down on clicks - same for sending a file as attachment, instead of allowing a direct shortcut to the Mail Program (right click) you have to go through 5 clicks and 3 screens.... VERY BAD UI programming....
This is indeed possible. First, yoiu have to activate the single key shortcuts (meaning that you press a key, and an associated tool gets selected). You do this in the Preferences, in the General tab, by checking the "Use single-key acceleerators to access tools" option. You then may have to restart Acrobat/Reader.This activates the single key commands. H is for the Hand tool, and U is for the Highlight tool. I have not tried it in Read mode, but it does work in Full Screen mode.Hope this can help.Max Wyss.
Everybody loves shortcuts! You can navigate, edit, and manage your PDF documents much faster and easier in Acrobat if you take advantage of keyboard shortcuts to help you perform common tasks. Following are some of the keyboard shortcuts I use on a regular basis to help streamline my workflow.
2 PAGE NAVIGATION Use Command-0 (PC: Crtl-0) from Step 1 to first view an entire page of your document, then use the Right and Left Arrow keys to navigate forward and backward, respectively, through your document one page at a time. Use the Home and End keys on your keyboard to navigate to the first and last pages of your PDF document. Press Shift-Command-N (PC: Shift-Ctrl-N) to activate the Go To Page dialog to navigate to a specific page number. You can also use your Pages panel (View>Navigation Panels>Pages) to navigate through your PDF document (see Step 3 for more on the Pages panel).
3 DOCUMENT AND PANEL NAVIGATION Press Command-F6 (PC: Ctrl-F6) to navigate to the next open document (add the Shift key for the previous document). You can also press Command- (PC: Ctrl-) to move from one PDF document to another. To navigate within a document using the Pages panel, press the Arrow keys to select the page you wish to view, and then press Return (PC: Enter) to view that page in the display area. Press F6 then the Arrow keys to navigate to one of the Navigation panels along the left edge of the document window. Then, press the Tab key to navigate through the various options within a Navigation panel.
6 ACCESS INITIAL VIEW SETTINGS Press Command-D (PC: Ctrl-D) to access the Document Properties dialog, then select the Initial View tab at the top. Use the Tab key to navigate to drop-down menus, the Arrow keys to open the menus, and the Enter key to select a menu option. The Initial View settings control how a particular PDF will open and display on other computers. (See Steps 5 and 7 for controlling how your PDFs open and display on your computer.) Note: This Document Properties Initial View setting supersedes the Page Display in the Acrobat Preferences discussed in the next step.
7 ACCESS AND CONTROL ACROBAT PREFERENCES Press Command-, (PC: Ctrl-,) to open the Preferences dialog, then use the Up and Down Arrow keys to navigate the left-side Categories list. Select a category and press the Tab key to jump through its options. As in Step 6, use the Tab and Arrow keys to set options in drop-down menus. Use Page Display Preferences to control how PDF files will open on your computer. (See Step 6 for controlling how your PDFs open and display on other computers.)
10 QUICK TOOL ACCESS Many Acrobat tools can be accessed with single alpha key shortcuts. First, in Preferences>General, check on Use Single-Key Accelerators to Access Tools. Some of the more common tools that work consistently are: T=TouchUp Text tool, R=Select Object tool, L=Link tool, G=Snapshot tool, C=Crop tool, and A=Article tool. Shift-T will cycle through TouchUp tools, Shift-F cycles through form tools, and Shift-M cycles through multimedia tools. To return to the Select tool, press the Escape key. To temporarily access the Hand tool, press the Spacebar. Press F8 to hide all toolbars for an uncluttered view of your page (this shortcut will not work if you have Enabled Spaces in the Preferences>Exposé & Spaces in Mac OS X).