Even the quickest precision mouse users can save time using keyboard shortcuts. The ability to navigate PDF documents using only a keyboard also has the added bonus of being crucial in mouse-free environments. In this tip, we'll outline several navigational keystrokes.
Up arrow: Scrolls forwards.
Down arrow: Scrolls backwards.
Page Up: Jumps forwards the length of a screen.
Page Down: Jumps backwards the length of a screen.
Left arrow: Jumps to the next page.
Right arrow: Jumps to the previous page.
Home: Jumps to the start of the document.
End: Jumps to the end of the document.
Tab: Jumps to the next interactive element (e.g. hyperlink, form field, annotation).
Shift + Tab: Jumps to the previous interactive element.
Control + Shift + H: Toggles automatic scrolling.
'-' key (while automatically scrolling): Changes the direction of automatic scrolling.
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.