The pages pane allows you to see thumbnails of every page in your document, with your layout marked on each. It's useful for navigating through your document, and performing actions on entire page layouts.
Press any element in the screenshot for an explanation about what it does.
Lets you navigate through the document with the standard buttons of First Page, Previous Page, Next Page, Last Page, and a page number textbox.
On top of the document you can see all the tables and fields which are part of the layout. You can drag them, reshape them, or right click them for a context menu.
The toolbar contains the following commands:
|Select previous table||If a table is selected, this selects the previous one. If the current table is the last one in the document, nothing happens.|
|Select next table||If a table is selected, this selects the next one. If the current table is the last one in the document, nothing happens.|
|Selection mode||Allows you to select filter criteria, and then displays all pages but highlights the ones that match these criteria.|
|Automatic||When you mark an area on the document, PDF2XL will decide automatically whether it's supposed to be a table or a field. You can select tables and fields in this mode.|
|Table||When you mark an area on the document, it will be considered a table. You can select tables and fields in this mode.|
|Field||When you mark an area on the document, it will be considered a field. You can select tables and fields in this mode.|
|Text||Allows you to mark text on the document. You cannot select existing tables/ fields in this mode.|
|Delete current item||Delete the currently selected table or field.|
|Zoom||Allows you to zoom in or out, or select an area to zoom into so that it fills the entire pane.|
|Fit||Allows you to pick one of several predefined zoom settings. Same as the Fit option in the View ribbon|
|Rotate right||Rotates the display of the current page 90 degrees clockwise.|
|Rotate left||Rotates the display of the current page 90 degrees counter clockwise.|
|Toggle preview display||Minimizes or restores the preview pane.|