What is a “thumbnail”?

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What is a “thumbnail”?

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A thumbnail is a miniature picture of the current document. It is useful for finding graphs or charts if you are not certain which page they are on. You can also adjust magnification using the thumbnail screen. See the Adobe Help files for additional uses of the thumbnails. To open thumbnails select Window, Show Thumbnails; or select the F6 key.

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A thumbnail is a miniature picture of the current document. It is useful for finding graphs or charts if you are not certain on which page they are located. You can also adjust magnification using the thumbnail screen. See the Adobe Acrobat Reader help file for additional uses of the thumbnails. To open thumbnails, click on the Show/Hide Navigation Pane icon on your toolbar and then Thumbnails, press the F6 key, or on the menu bar select Window, Show Thumbnails.

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A thumbnail is a miniature picture of the current document. It is useful for finding graphs or charts if you are not certain on which page they are located. You can also adjust magnification using the thumbnail screen. See the Adobe Acrobat Reader help file for additional uses of the thumbnails. To open thumbnails, click on the Show/Hide Navigation Pane icon on your toolbar and then Thumbnails, press the F4 key, or on the menu bar select Window, Show Thumbnails.

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A thumbnail is a small picture/image that appears when you add a file to your album. The size, name, saved location and other details about the pictures/images are being categorized when added to the albums. A thumbnail acts like a “shortcut” (in Windows machines) or as an “Alias” in Macintosh machines.

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A thumbnail is a smaller sized version of an image, allowing users to preview several images in a single screen; a sort of sampler.

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