February 10, 2020

Go to page/Navigation in a PDF. Navigating PDF pages

In order to move to a specific page within your PDF file, please:

  1. Open the file.
  2. Click on ‘Go’ in the main menu.
  3. Select the ‘Go to page’ option.
  4. Type the needed number of the page.
  5. Click the ‘Go’ button.

You can also reach this window by pressing the Alt+CMD+G shortcut or by clicking on the page number in the bottom right corner of the page and entering the page number.

When you navigate across pages in a PDF file by tapping hyperlinks or using the “Go to the page” command, you can use “Go back” (Back Button on the toolbar or CMD+[ shortcut ) or “Go Forward” commands (CMD+] shortcut) to get back to the previous position in the file.

You can also easily navigate across pages using the Thumbnail view of the app, Outlines, and Bookmarks.

Note: PDF Expert for Mac uses continuous scrolling when you scroll pages. To disable continuous scrolling and scroll pages one by one, use the arrow keys ⇞ ⇟ ← → .

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