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1. To open Organizer, click the Organizer button ( toolbar. ) on the Acrobat 2. Select Today under History in the left pane. The Organizer window has three panes: The Categories pane (on the left) that lists the files that you have opened recently (History), the files stored on your system, and collections of files that you create. You can't rename folders in the History section, Favorite Places, or My Computer. You can name collections, as you'll see shortly. The Files pane (in the center) lists all the files contained in any category you select in the Categories pane.

Notice that when you move the pointer into the document pane, the pointer changes to a magnifying glass ( ). Click anywhere in the document pane. The view of the document is magnified. Click the arrow next to the Zoom In tool, and select the Zoom Out tool ( ). Click in the document pane again. The view of the document returns to 100%. The presence of an arrow or small triangle to the right of a tool icon indicates the presence of hidden tools. Click the small triangle next to a tool name to reveal the hidden tools.

Selecting an unchecked toolbar name displays that toolbar. Try hiding and showing different toolbar combinations. You can also show or hide a toolbar by right-clicking (Windows) or Control-clicking (Mac OS) in the toolbar area, and then selecting the toolbar name from the context menu. 2. To show the Basic toolbar again (if you hid it in step 1), right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Mac OS) in the toolbar area and choose Basic from the menu. 3. To move a toolbar, drag it by the separator bar.

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