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Tiling PDF documents across two screens in Acrobat

May 25, 2006

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One way to save time, particularly if you find yourself needing to cross-reference documents is to view multiple documents concurrently. Unfortunately, this can be unwieldy if you only use one screen. Luckily, dual monitor users have another powerful option at their disposal. They can use the 'Acrobat Monitors' option to tile two or more documents across the full width of their desktops.

Here's how:

  1. Open the relevant documents in Adobe Acrobat.
  2. Select Windows > Tile > Across Monitors.

The menu option.

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