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In this tutorial, learn how to create mobile PDF using Acrobat X Pro or Suite. Get tips to improve the display of your PDF files on mobile devices, how to change page layout to a single column, how to add tags to provide structure, how to optimize the PDF file for quicker use and more.
Donna Baker April 13, 2012
Your file needs to be easy to read, easy to use, and easy to find. These frames represent screen sizes used by different devices. If you can’t create content for multiple screens, use these tips to improve display of your PDF files.
This page has multiple sections and columns. You see a small portion of the page on a small screen like a smartphone. If you zoom in close or view on a small screen, how do know where you are on a page? Change the page layout to a single column so the page reads top to bottom. On this page, you have to scroll horizontally and may hit navigation page buttons instead. Use a 4:3 page size to cut down page scrolling.
Now let’s look at some document features: