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I'm reading a document in Adobe Reader and it apparently has some setting built in so that if you click on the document then it zooms in one level for each click. I can't even click on the scroll bar. Does anyone know how to change this setting?

Thanks for your help.

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Right click anywhere on your document and make sure 'Marquee Zoom' isn't select instead of 'Select Tool'. You can also check this by going to View > Zoom > Marquee Tool – Callen L Sep 12 '13 at 14:18
Do you have the hand tool with a down arrow?… – daxlerod Sep 12 '13 at 14:38
Thanks so much, Callen. I had tried the view > zoom > etc but that was not working for some reason. But the right-click menu did. – Ryo Sep 12 '13 at 15:23
daxlerod -- it was showing a circle with a plus -- the usual small zoom icon. I had seen that question (and a few others that were zoom related) but none of them fit my situation. – Ryo Sep 12 '13 at 15:24

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