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Adobe Acrobat Pro Shortcut Keys

macOS – Adobe Acrobat Pro Shortcut Keys

Adobe Acrobat Pro Shortcut Keys for macOS

Shift+Command+5 – Change reading settings for the current document
Command+4 – Reflow a tagged PDF, and return to unreflowed view
Shift+Command+Y – Activate and deactivate Read Out Loud
Shift+Command+V – Read only the current page out loud
Shift+Command+B – Read out loud from the current page to the end of the document
Shift+Command+C – Pause reading out loud
Shift+Command+E – Stop reading out loud
S – Sticky Note tool
E – Text Edits tool
K – Stamp tool
U – Current highlighting tool
Shift+U – Cycle through highlighting tools: Highlighter,Underline Text, Cross Out Text
D – Current drawing markup tool
Shift+D – Cycle through drawing markup tools: Cloud, Arrow, Line, Rectangle, Oval, Polygon Line, Polygon, Pencil Tool, Eraser Tool
Q – Cloud tool
X – Text Box tool
J – Current Stamp or Attach tool
Shift+J – Cycle through Stamp, Attach File, Record Audio Comment
Tab – Move focus to next comment or form field
Shift+Tab – Move focus to previous comment or form field
Return – Open pop-up note (or text field in Comments List) for comment that has focus
Esc – Closes pop-up (or text field in Comments List) for comment that has focus
Ctrl+F2 – Move focus to menus
Shift+F8 – Move focus to toolbar in browser and application
(In application, sets focus to the first button in the top bar – Home)
Right Arrow/Left Arrow/Tab/Shift+Tab – Navigate through the other controls in the top bar – Home, Tools, Document
Return/Spacebar – Select a highlighted control in the top bar
Command+F6 – Move to next open document (when focus is on document pane)
Command+Shift+F6 – Move to previous open document (when focus is on document pane)
Command+F4 – Close current document
Tab – Move focus to next comment, link, or form field in the document pane
F5 – Move focus to document pane
Shift+Tab – Move focus to previous comment, link, or form field in the document pane
Space/Return – Activate selected tool, item (such as a movie clip or bookmark), or command
Ctrl+Click – Open context menu
Esc – Close context menu
Esc – Return to Hand tool or Select tool
Command+Tab – Move focus to next tab in a tabbed dialog box
Command+Shift+G – Move to previous search result and highlight it in the document
Command+G – Move to next search result and highlight it in the document
Alt+Shift+Left Arrow – Search previous document (with Search results displaying multiple files)
Alt+Shift+Right Arrow – Search next document (with Search results displaying multiple files)
Shift+Arrow Keys – Select text (with Select tool selected)
Shift+Command+Right Arrow/Shift+Command+Left Arrow – Select next word or deselect previous word (with Select tool selected)
Page Up/Shift+Return – Previous Screen
Page Down/Shift+Return – Next screen
Home/Shift+Command+Page Up/Shift+Command+Up Arrow – First page
End/Shift+Command+Page Down/Shift+Command+Down Arrow – Last page
Left Arrow/Command+Page Up – Previous page
Right Arrow/Command+Page Down – Next page
Command+F6 – Previous open document
Shift+Command+F6 – Next open document
Up Arrow – Scroll up
Down Arrow – Scroll down
Spacebar – Scroll (when Hand tool is selected)
Command+= – Zoom in
Command+- – Zoom out
F6 – Move focus to the next item among Document pane, Task panes, Message bar, and Navigation bar
Shift+F6 – Move focus to the previous item among Document pane, Task panes, message bar, and Navigation bar
Command+Tab – Move focus to the next panel in the Task pane
Command+Shift+Tab – Move focus to the previous panel in the Task pane
Tab – Navigate to the next panel and panel control within an open Task pane
Shift+Tab – Navigate to the previous panel and panel control within an open Task pane
Down Arrow – Navigate to the next command button within a panel
Up Arrow – Navigate to the previous command button within a panel
Space/Return – Expand or collapse panel in focus (press F6 to move focus to Tools pane, then tab to desired panel)
Shift+F4 – Open or close the Task pane
Command+Shift+F4 – Close the pane that lists the tasks of an Action
Spacebar/Return – Open the menu and move the focus to the first menu option when focus is on a command with a submenu or submenu element with a flyout
Esc – Move the focus back to the parent command button with a submenu or submenu element with a flyout
Spacebar/Return – Run the command in focus
Tab – Navigate to the next item in the active panel in the Create New Action, Edit Action, Create Custom Tool, or the Edit Custom Tool dialog boxes
Shift+Tab – Navigate to the previous item in the active panel in the Create New Action, Edit Action, Create Custom Tool, or the Edit Custom Tool dialog boxes

Command+Shift+F5 – Open and move focus to navigation pane
F6 – Move focus among the document, message bar, and navigation panels
Shift+F6 – Move focus to previous pane or panel
Tab – Move among the elements of the active navigation panel
Up Arrow/Down Arrow – Move to previous or next navigation panel and make it active (when focus is on the panel button)
Command+Tab – Move to next navigation panel and make it active (when focus is anywhere in the navigation pane)
Right Arrow/Shift+[+] – Expand the current bookmark (focus on Bookmarks panel)
Left Arrow/- – Collapse the current bookmark (focus on Bookmarks panel)
Shift+* – Expand all bookmarks
/ – Collapse selected bookmark
Down Arrow – Move focus to next item in a navigation panel
Up Arrow – Move focus to previous item in a navigation panel
F1 – Open Help window
Command+W/Alt+F4 – Close Help window
Command+Left Arrow – Move back to previously opened topic
Command+Right Arrow – Move forward to next topic
Command+P – Print Help topic
Tab/Shift+Tab – Move forward or backward among the current column header selected for sorting, the current row with focus, and the Go Back button if in a folder
Up Arrow/Down Arrow – Move focus to the next or previous row when in the body of the file list on the left
Left Arrow/Right Arrow – Selects the next or previous column header for sorting
Del – If pressed in the body of the file list, navigate one level up from within a folder
Return/Spacebar – Press the Go Back button in a folder if focus is on the button.
Return – If pressed when focus is on a row in the file list representing a subfolder, navigate to a subfolder, or open an attachment in Preview mode.
Home/End – If in the body of the file list, move to the first or last row
Page Down/Page Up – If in the body of the file list, move to the next or last set of rows to fit the screen
Command+A/Shift+Command+A – Select or deselect all files
Shift+Up Arrow/Shift+Down Arrow – If in the body of the file list, extend the selection by adding the next row above or below the selected row
Command+Space – Change whether the row with focus is in the selection
Command+Up Arrow/Command+Down Arrow – Move focus up or down one row without changing the selection
Space – Reverse the sort order when focus is on a column header
H – Hand tool
Spacebar – Temporarily select Hand tool
V – Select tool
Z – Marquee Zoom tool
Shift+Z – Cycle through zoom tools: Marquee Zoom,Dynamic Zoom, Loupe
Shift – Temporarily select Dynamic Zoom tool (when Marquee Zoom tool is selected)
Option – Temporarily zoom out (when Marquee Zoom tool is selected)
Command+Space – Temporarily select Zoom In tool
R – Select Object tool
O – Edit Object tool
A – Return/Exit Forms editing
C – Crop tool
L – Link tool
F – Text Field tool
Shift+F – Cycle through tools in forms authoring mode: Text Field, Check Box, Radio Button, List Box, Dropdown Box, Button, Digital Signature, Barcode
M – 3D tool
Shift+M – Cycle through Multimedia tools: 3D object, SWF, Sound, Video
T – Edit Document Text tool
Shift+T – Cycle through Touch Up tools: Touch Up Text, Touch Up Reading Order, Touch Up Object
Shift+Y – Redaction
Command+J – JavaScript Debugger
Shift+Command+T – Insert Blank Pages tool
Command+Shift+I – Insert Files
Command+Shift+D – Delete pages
~ – Open Output Preview
Shift+Command+U – Touch Up Reading Order tool (or if already selected, return focus to dialog box)

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