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openSUSE 11.1 GNOME Quick Start Guide
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Viewing PDF Files

Documents that need to be shared or printed across platforms are often distributed as PDF (Portable Document Format) files. PDF files can be created using OpenOffice.org suite or other applications. The GNOME PDF viewer is called Evince. It can be used to view PDFs and many other document formats, like PostScript, DjVu, DVI, and multi-page TIFFs.

To start Evince, press Alt+F2 and enter evince or click Computer > More Applications > Office > Evince.

  1. Click Computer > More Applications > Office > Evince or press Ctrl+F2 and enter evince.

  2. To view a PDF file, click File > Open, locate the desired PDF file, then click Open.

  3. Use the navigation icons at the top of the window to navigate through the document. If your PDF document provides bookmarks, you can access them in the left panel of the viewer.

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