One of the principle advantages of using layers is the ability to toggle the visibility of specific layers, turning some off and others on, to create different views. This can be done by toggling layer visibility
To toggle layer visibility, open the Layers tab and do one of the following:
To show or hide a layer, click the box to the left of the layer's name to toggle its visibility. A layer with
To show or hide a parent layer and all its child layers at the same time,
To show only one layer,
A layer configuration is essentially a saved state in which some layers are visible and others are hidden. By saving such configurations, Revu makes it simple to switch from one to another without requiring you to toggle layer visibility over and over again.
All layered PDFs have a Default configuration that is automatically loaded when the PDF is opened. The Default configuration is initially set to show all layers but can be changed, if desired. Additional Configurations can be saved as well.
Switching from one configuration to another is simply a matter of selecting the desired configuration from the dropdown menu on the Layers tab toolbar. Configurations are listed in the order in which they were created.
All layered PDFs have a default configuration that is initially set to show all layers. The default configuration can be changed, but it cannot be deleted. When a layered PDF is opened, the default configuration is automatically loaded.
To change the default configuration:
Configurations appear in the dropdown menu on the Layers tab toolbar in the order in which they were created. If you want the list of available configurations to appear in a specific order, be sure to create them in that order.
Adding Layers to a PDF
Editing Default Layer Settings