Where is the Reader "bottom tool bar" on the iPad?

New Here ,
Jan 07, 2017

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I just downloaded Reader on my iPad Pro.  Opened a Word document and then sent it to Reader,  It created a new .pdf document.  Great! But Reader gave it a numeric name so I wanted to save it with a new name.  Looking at the Help feature, I saw I have to hit the "I" button.  Okay, where is it??  Oh, it is supposed to be in the "bottom bar."  Where is that?  It's not on the bottom of my iPad screen.  Example shows it floating on the bottom of the document.  Not on my iPad.  Tried the Forum questions but don't see anyone has had this issue.  Anyone have any ideas?

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 07, 2017
Michael J. Hoffman Adobe Community Professional , Jan 07, 2017
Hi Edward,It can be a little tricky at first until you get the hang of where everything is. Here is the process, the steps are illustrated below with screen captures. 1. Tap the Home icon, and make sure you select My Documents."2. In My Documents, you must have "Local" or "Document Cloud" selected. 3. Click the check icon in the upper right to enter selection mode.4. Tap the hollow circle next to a document to select it. 5. With a document selected, you can see the action bar at the bottom. Choo...

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jan 07, 2017

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Hi Edward,

It can be a little tricky at first until you get the hang of where everything is. Here is the process, the steps are illustrated below with screen captures.

1. Tap the Home icon, and make sure you select My Documents."

2. In My Documents, you must have "Local" or "Document Cloud" selected.

3. Click the check icon in the upper right to enter selection mode.

4. Tap the hollow circle next to a document to select it.

5. With a document selected, you can see the action bar at the bottom. Choose the rename icon.

6. Rename the document in the pop up box and tap "Rename."

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Mike

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Jan 23, 2017

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Thank you, Mike.  Never would have figured that out, having to "Select" the file before the bottom menu bar appears!

Much appreciated!!

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Adobe Employee ,
Jan 23, 2017

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Acrobat Reader for iOS has a swipe menu for each file or foler in the file browser.

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You can swipe from RIGHT to LEFT to reveal the menu.

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