Setting Page Layout

When viewing a document there are several page layout options available to choose from.

Page Layouts

By default the page layout will be determined by the Initial View Settings in the document or the default Page Layout Settings set in PDF Studio preferences. A different page layout can be selected when viewing the document by going to View > Page Layout on the menu bar and selecting the layout you wish to use.

 Single: Displays only a single individual page at a time

Single Continuous: Displays all of the document's pages in a single column that can be continuously scrolled

Facing: Displays only two pages at a time side by side with odd pages on the left and even pages on the right

 Facing Continuous: Displays all of the documents pages in two columns with odd pages on the left and even pages on the right

Cover: Displays the document just as when using Facing only the first page will be displayed alone

Cover Continuous: Displays the document just as when using Facing Continuous only the first page will be displayed alone

Page Views

By default the page view will be determined by the Initial View Settings in the document or the default Magnification Settings set in PDF Studio preferences. A different page view can be selected when viewing the document by going to View > Zoom on the menu bar and selecting the view you wish to use or clicking on the button located on the toolbar.

 Actual Size: Displays the document with a 1:1 ratio to match how the document would look if printed without any scaling.

Fit to Width: Scales the view to fit the width of the document in the PDF Studio frame.

Fit to Page: Scales the view to fit the entire  document within the PDF Studio frame.