Acrobat Pro DC viewing page size

Community Beginner ,
Apr 16, 2021 Apr 16, 2021

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I have some documents that are many pages with bookmarks. I set the page size to 50% under edit-->Preferences--> Page Display. When I scroll, no problem, the page size stays the same. When I use a bookmark to jump around the document, the size reverts to 27.2%. I use this document a lot and have to jump around frequently. It's seriously annoying, lol. Is there some way to set a standard page viewing size that doesn't change? 

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 16, 2021 Apr 16, 2021
When you create new bookmarks it uses this default setting. For existing bookmarks you must change it in the properties of the bookmarks.

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You can change it in the properties of the bookmarks.

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Hmm, so went to the Bookmark Options dropdown menu --> Set Default Bookmark Zoom Level and set it to "fit width", but nothing changes when I click around the bookmarks.

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When you create new bookmarks it uses this default setting.

For existing bookmarks you must change it in the properties of the bookmarks.

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Oh, I see. Right-click each bookmark, go to teh Actions tab, edit the zoom level to my desired setting. Oof, that's a lot of work for a large document with many bookmarks. If there's a better way, I'd love to know, If not, I'll proceed with this method. Thanks for the information!

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Aha! For the record, you can select multiple bookmarks and change their properties at once, as long as teh bookmarks are all on the same "level". Bookmarks underneath of other bookmarks have to be done separately in their own groupings.

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