I am having to read through a MASSIVE (1000+ page) PDF specification in Adobe Reader X (version 10). It has always bugged me that if you scroll to the edge of a page, the Reader automatically jumps to the top of the next page.
Is there a way to cut this functionality off so when I reach the bottom of one page, the edge of the page meets the top of the next page and I can see a half-page of both the last and next page?
I know that MS Word can and does behave this way. Can I change a setting to scroll the document in this manner in Adobe Reader?