- Rightclick on the page and choose Settings.
- The default view style is set to show the last two uploaded versions if more than one version exists. If only one version exists, it will only show one. If you have a very large document, you might want to use the "One Page" view style to use the entire window.
- The latest version will always be on the left side, and you can check the version number in the brackets.
- Synchronize Changes means that both previews will simultaneously change as you scroll or zoom.
- In the settings menu, you have the following options:
With one page selected, you can choose to compare different history versions. Click on the tab in the center (A) and choose the History version (B) to control the left preview. Click on the right tab (C) to control the right preview. You can also set the zoom level (D).
- With multiple pages selected, you have the following options:
By default, the view will always show two pages next to each other (such as 3 and 4 or 4 and 5). This allows you to quickly go through all the pages in a project and proofread them without having to open and close every page from the Thumbnails view.
You can also choose to compare pages that are not next to each other (such as 14 and 17). For example, you can use this feature to check if different page elements are aligned.
- Finally, you can combine these views to compare different pages in previous or different versions.
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