The issue (Adobe Acrobat):
A PDF file which have right-to-left (RTL) texts (e.g. Arabic, Hebrew, etc.), viewing pages side-by-side, its pages display order came out as:
Page1 | Page2
Page3 | Page4
However, it should be displayed from right to left, i.e.:
Page2 | Page1
Page4 | Page3
Within the open PDF document;
Edit -> Preferences
Page Layout -> Two-Up Continuous
Accessibility -> Always … -> Two-Up Continuous
Default Reading dir -> RTL
Enable RTL Language option
Main paragraph direction -> RTL
It is OK for me, problem solved on my desktop.
Sharing the file by email, the receiving PC disregards my solution, displaying the document according to the receiving PC different Preferences.
Any idea for sharing the file to includes my displays preferences?
Thank you for reaching out and sharing the solution to the problem.
The initial view settings are defined by the author/creator of the PDF, so only the author can change the default view settings of the document. However, the receiver can adjust the display settings on his/her computer as shared by you.
What you may do is the following: Open the PDF in question, from the menu File > Properties, click on the "Initial View" tab on top and choose Tow Up Facing, then click on "Advanced" tab and select "Right Edge" from the Binding drop menu.
Save a copy of your PDF, then open the new PDF, open Page panel thumbnail panel and make sure that page one now is on the top right of the pages list.
Thanks a lot mate 🙂