The View menu contains commands to change the look and behavior of the workspace. It is accessed by clicking
View on the Menu bar.
(⌘+9): Fits the entire page to the available display area.
(⌘+0): Fits the width of the page to the display area.
(⌘+8): Displays the page at 100% or the true size of the page.
Single Page Mode (⌘+4): Fits individual pages to the current workspace window.
Continuous Mode (⌘+5): Shows all pages in a single column.
Split Vertical (CTRL+⌘+H): Engages MultiView™ and divides the workspace into two vertically oriented splits.
Split Horizontal (CTRL+2): Engages MultiView™ and divides the workspace into two horizontally oriented splits.
Unsplit: Eliminates the current split.
Synchronize Document: When enabled, synchronizes the viewing windows when displaying PDFs in side-by-side Split View mode or in a detached window by page index, thus viewing page 1 on document A will cause document B to automatically also view page 1.
Show Grid: When enabled, a visible grid is overlayed on PDFs in the main workspace.
Snap to Grid (SHIFT+⌘+F9): When enabled, any points used to define a markup line are forced to align with the grid (even if the grid is not currently visible).
Snap to Content (SHIFT+⌘+F10): When enabled, markups automatically snap to the underlying PDF vector content. Snap to Content does not snap to text or images in the PDF, only vector images such as lines and shapes.
Snap to Markup (SHIFT+⌘+F11): When enabled, markups automatically snaps to other markups in the PDF. Two related behaviors will occur: the cursor will snap to points on other markups (similar to how Snap to Content snaps to points in the PDF content) and Revu will also show—and the cursor will snap to—guidelines that are based on lines in nearby markups.