The navigation bar is located between Revu's main workspace and the bottom panel. The navigation bar enables efficient movement between pages and views in the main workspace.
Tools commonly found on this toolbar are described below. The exact tools a user will see depends on their Profile and might not include all the tools mentioned here. For a complete list of tools that can be placed on a toolbar and more information about customizing them, see Tools and Toolbars.
Unsplit: Eliminates the current split.
Split Vertical: Engages MultiView™ and divides the workspace into two vertically oriented splits.
Split Horizontal: Engages MultiView™ and divides the workspace into two horizontally oriented splits.
One Full Page: Engages a single-page view of the PDF. The mouse wheel will zoom in and out of the page.
Scrolling Pages: Engages a scrolling-pages view of the PDF. The mouse wheel will scroll up and down the pages.
Pan (SHIFT+V): Click and drag to pan the image.
Select (V): Use to select one or more markups.
Zoom Tool (Z): Click to zoom in; hold
Select Text (SHIFT+T): Click and drag to select text within a region.
Lasso (SHIFT+O): Draw a free-form shape to select one or more markups.
First Page (HOME): Click to jump to the first page of the PDF.<![CDATA[ ]]>
Previous Page (
Page Number: Indicates the current location in the PDF.
Next Page (
Last Page (END): Click to jump to the last page of the document.
Previous View (ALT+LEFT ARROW): Click to go back to the previous view in the main workspace. <![CDATA[ ]]>
Next View (ALT+RIGHT ARROW): Click to go to the next view in the main workspace. <![CDATA[ ]]>
Page Size: Shows the print size of the page.
Page Scale: Shows the page scale for the drawing. If the page scale is not set, "Scale Not Set" will be shown. In either case, clicking this area will start the process to set/reset the scale.
Note: If you change the page scale, for example by recalibrating it, and the scale shown here does not change, the drawing likely has a protected page scale.
Profile: Click to manage profiles. Click the arrow to its right to open the Profiles menu.
Document Properties (CTRL+D): Opens the Document Properties dialog box for the active PDF, providing general property information about the document, as well as security settings.