Setting Page Display
Choose a display style from the View Menu or the navigation buttons on the right of the View bar an the base of the program window.
Click the Single Page button on the View bar; or choose Single Page in the View menu to display one page in the Document Panel at a time.
Click the Continuous button on the View bar; or choose Continuous in the View menu to view the pages one below the other.
Click the Facing button on the View bar; or choose Facing in the View menu to display two pages side-by-side in the Document Panel.
Click the Facing Page button on the View bar; or choose Continuous-Facing in the View menu to display side-by-side page pairs, one below the other. For longer documents, the first page is placed on the right, so that left and right pages all display correctly.
Click the Document Assembly button in the View menu to display a larger number of pages to make it easier to perform page operations or move and copy selected objects or text blocks to other pages in the same or other documents. See Document Assembly and Document Assembly toolbar. This toolbar appears only when Document Assembly view is active.
Important: In Single Page mode, the Edit > Select All command selects all text on the current page. In Continuous, Facing, Continuous-Facing and Document Assembly modes, it selects all text in the whole PDF document.