Preview and zoom PDF files.

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Hi everyone,

I work with hundreds of PDF files every day using adobe standard 9. That is great for when I need to edit files, but when I simply need to open them all to check for one small bit of information it takes forever. I'm looking for a lite program that does exactly what windows picture and fax viewer does, but for PDF. I have hundreds of single page PDF's that I want to quickly to preview and zoom. Anything out there for this? I have been looking all day and come up with nothing.

Thanks a lot.

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Preview and zoom PDF files.

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Hello there, I simply suggest you try any of the following. 
 
(i) You can use foxit which is good for any PDF file management, which u can download at http://www.foxitsoftware.com/Secure_PDF_Reader/
 
(ii) If you are new to that software then have a look at this link, http://timheuer.com/blog/archive/2008/05/09/foxit-pdf-preview-handler.aspx. Its simply clear and elaborate. And note that the foxit PDF preview handler would be perfect if it were integrated into windows explorer, but its more of a plug-in for outlook 2007.
 
It works in Windows Explorer under Vista and Windows 7. So very simple for your usage i would recommend the use of foxit rather than adobe. Thank you.
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Answered By 0 points N/A #127939

Preview and zoom PDF files.

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Hello Adam,

  • Try some of the free PDF viewers that has features that can rival commercial PDF viewers like Adobe Reader.
  • Download Sumatra PDF Reader a fast, portable and only consumes minimum of your computer resources. Other option is Nitro PDF Reader it does not only offer a PDF reader but also a PDF creator that lets you enable transform documents to PDF format.
  • Last but not the least is PDF Exchange Viewer. These three PDF Readers are proven to be lightweight, fast loading and feature full software. You can view many PDF files with ease and not sacrificing your PC performance, thus not disturbing your multi-tasking activities.

Enjoy.

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