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  • Jane Mejia
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    GaXve
    There are number of keyboard shortcuts that you can use to speed up your navigation within Foxit PDF PDF Reader. You can click Help menu > Keyboard Mapping to check the keyboard shortcuts.

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  • lyndi_wu
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    GaXve

    Actually you can refer to the below article to custom the shortcut you prefer for the function View>Single Page.
    https://kb.foxitsoftware.com/hc/en-u...oard-shortcuts



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  • GaXve
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    Thank you for the reference. I didn't see any Keyboard Shortcuts that puts in "Single Page" mode view. Conversely, I didn't see any Keyboard Shortcuts for "Continuous" view either.

    Is there any other way I could transition the view mode with a Keyboard Shortcut?

    I know there is a way to activate the different view modes with Alt+V, then 1 or 2. I'm in search of one Shortcut key that could get me there. Any thoughts perhaps?

    Thanks

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  • Roy_Chen
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    GaXve
    For all Keyboard Shortcuts, you can refer to this link:https://cdn01.foxitsoftware.com/pub/...1.1_Manual.pdf, then navigate to Chapter 10, Keyboard Shortcuts.
    To scroll a page at one time, you can try Ctrl+Page Up/Down to move the page or directly do it with Space. If that was not what you expected, please let me know more about your request. Thanks!

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  • GaXve
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    Keyboard Shortcut for "Single Page"?

    There is a button under the "View" tab, when pressed, scrolls one page at a time (like when pressing Page Up & Page Down). When hovering, the description displays: "Single Page. View one page at a time".

    Is there a Keyboard Shortcut key to access that function?

    In "File\Preferences\Page Display", I changed the "Default page layout" to "Single Page", but that doesn't cut it.

    Is there a keyboard shortcut key I'm not seeing? If there isn't any, is there a way to reconfigure keyboard shortcuts to service this function?

    Thanks!
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