On the Page Controls bar at the bottom-right of the screen, select one of the following options:
NOTE: Changes to the page view are only applied to the document being viewed. Other documents must be adjusted separately. The author of a PDF document can set an initial view in the document properties so that the file opens at a specific zoom level or page view when opened in any PDF reading application.
For more information, see Initial View properties.
On the Home tab, in the View group, select one of the following options:
NOTE: You can zoom in and out with the Ctrl+Plus and Ctrl+Minus keyboard shortcuts. You can also press the Ctrl key and use the mouse scroll wheel to change the zoom.
The left and right arrow keys allow you to scroll through the previous or next page, and the up and down arrow keys allow you to scroll smoothly.
On the Home tab, in the Pages group, click the arrow next to Rotate and then click Temporarily Rotate View to rotate the view of the document pages clockwise (right) by 90 degrees. Each time you click Temporarily Rotate View it will rotate the view clockwise by another 90 degrees.
NOTE: Pages are rotated for viewing purposes only, and no changes to page orientation are saved to the PDF file.
For information on how to permanently rotate one or more pages in the document, see Rotate pages.
Some scanned documents might appear skewed when converted to PDF. Auto De-skew automatically detects the orientation of the text and aligns it to the page borders; making it easier to read or to apply OCR.