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Is there a keyboard shortcut to toggle page display in Acrobat (Reader or Professional) from single-page to two-up? (And even from continuous to 'normal')

(I know the various shortcuts for changing magnification [ctrl +, ctrl -, ctrl 0, ctrl 1, ctrl 2 and ctrl 3], but I often want to switch between two page and single page as well)

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What OS are you using? – Daniel Beck Feb 6 '12 at 11:20
    
There doesn't seem to be one, but you could navigate to the options with keystrokes.. – Raystafarian Feb 6 '12 at 11:27
    
@daniel: Windows 7 – Rabarberski Feb 6 '12 at 12:45
up vote 4 down vote accepted

Keyboard shortcuts should be shown in the menus to the right of the menu option. As none are shown, the only shortcuts are:

  • Alt+V,PS single page
  • Alt+V,PU two up
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+1 for providing the one valid way to do this, but on my system (Reader (X) 10.1.2), two-page side-by-side is Alt+V, P, P, and continuous is Alt+V, P, C. Perhaps something like AutoHotKey could be used to provide a single-stroke solution?... – Ross Aiken Jul 11 '12 at 15:33
    
Wait, so not for adobe reader? I use Reader , hmm I guess I need acrobat, thnx!!! – Adel Jun 18 '14 at 23:10

Alternatively here is an autohotkey script:

Single page, Windows Key + S

#s::
send,!v
send,p
send,s
return

Double page, Windows Key + D

#d::
send,!v
send,p
send,p
return
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