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a specific adobe acrobat reader question HELP!

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  1. gal_kimhi

    gal_kimhi Thread Starter

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    Hi there
    i have acrobat reader 8.

    i am reading an Ebook which has pairs of pages that i want to view together, dor example 18-19, 20-21 and so on.

    i used the "two up" and "two up continuous" page display from the view menu.
    THE PROBLEM is that the program is giving me two pages to view each time, BUT not the pairs that i want - for example i would want the pages to be 19-20, 21-22, 23-24.... but the program sets the page view for 18-19, 20-21, 22-23.

    that's a very important difference, because that book is made in such a way that these page sets refer to each other and don't have anything to do with the other sets of pages.

    THANK YOU!
     
  2. TheOutcaste

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    The two up display starts with the first page in the book so it will depend on the layout which page is shown on the left. You can toggle the Cover Page setting to get it to display as you need:
    View | Page Display -> Show Cover Page During Two-up

    HTH

    Jerry
     
  3. gal_kimhi

    gal_kimhi Thread Starter

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    Thank you so much!!!!
     
  4. TheOutcaste

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    You're Welcome!

    If your issue has been resolved you (and ONLY you) can mark this thread Solved by using the Mark Solved button at the Top Left of this thread (above the first post) :)

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    Jerry
     
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