PDF Viewer in Google Chrome Browser
Google Chrome has a built-in PDF viewer enabled by default. You can use it to quickly view, zoom, save, print, fill in forms, and find text within PDFs.
- Open a PDF
Simply click on the link and and the PDF file will open within the Google Chrome window.
- Fit and zoom
When the PDF first opens, four buttons appear in the lower right area of the screen. They will fade after a few seconds, but hovering over that area with your mouse will make the buttons appear again.
- and : Make the PDF page fit vertically or horizontally in the window.
- and : Zoom in and out on the text.
- Save the PDF
Here are a few ways to save your PDF:
- Use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+S.
- Right-click the PDF and select Save as.
- Click the wrench icon on the browser toolbar and select Save page as.
Here are a few ways to print your PDF:
- Right-click the PDF and select Print.
- Click the wrench icon on the browser toolbar and select Print.
- Fill in forms
Any form fields are highlighted in light blue. Click a form field to type. Press Tab to jump to the next field.
- Search your PDF
Press Ctrl+F to search the text in your PDF. Matches to your search terms will be highlighted.
Disable the PDF viewer
To disable the built-in viewer, enter about:plugins in the address bar and click Disable underneath the entry for “Chrome PDF Viewer.” The Adobe Reader plug-in will automatically be enabled, if you have it installed.[source]
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