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I have found this help page:

But it only provides save and print keyboard shortcuts, I've to have shortcuts for the other functions (Fit Width, Zoom In/Out etc).

Do they exist?

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Indeed. I've just noticed that some scientific papers are better rendered (more readable) in Google Chrome's PDF viewer than in Acrobat, so I am considering switching to Chrome as default PDF reader. – Rabarberski Nov 21 '12 at 14:24
As a desktop PDF viewer, I prefer SumatraPDF, but Chrome definitely provides the best browser experience (rather than relying on Adobe extension) – Scott Bennett-McLeish Nov 21 '12 at 23:30

I've tried some common hotkeys, you can zoom in with Ctrl++ (either regular one or the one on numpad), zoom out with Ctrl+-, and return zoom to initial value with Ctrl+0.

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Yep standard "website zooming" will have to do for now. – Scott Bennett-McLeish Nov 19 '12 at 7:50

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