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On Mac, the built in PDF viewer has a nice feature: when I go full screen, it displays two pages of content side by side, like when one reads a book naturally. On Windows, is there a viewer that does this? With almost everybody possessing a wide screen monitor these days, having two very wide black bar on either side of the PDF is just horrible.


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Adobe acrobat reader can do it:

If you just display the right button in your toolbar, like this: enter image description here

You can then click it to display your document on two pages.

If you don't like Adobe acrobat, you can try Nuance Pdf Reader. The option is here: nuance

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would like to avoid adobe if i can .... – lang2 Sep 4 '12 at 10:33
Nuance PDF reader can also do it then. – m4573r Sep 4 '12 at 10:36
SumatraPDF doesn't do it automatically for all PDFs in Full Screen view, but you can switch to "Book View" before switching to Full Screen. – Ansgar Wiechers Sep 4 '12 at 12:46

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