When opening a multi page pdf instead of having to select the range, why can't it open the page you see in the window
When opening a multi page pdf instead of having to select the range, why can't it open the page you see in the window? In other words, why not make the window page and range the column. I am always selecting the page in the window and forget to change range and always end up opening page 1. Thanks
Steve Edwards commented
Adobe claim to have resolved the issue but it really doesn't work. You should be able to preview a page and it update the actual page it's going to open. I'm forever having to open the file twice because I keep forgetting that a feature that used to work is now (in my opinion) broken!
Colin Short commented
Previous versions didn't have the "range" option, it just had the navigation window where you went to the page you need then clicked OK.
It is a good idea to add the ability to select a Range but why there isn't a "current page" option is beyond me.
Having to leave the mouse to type in on the keyboard is not good UI design.
Patrick Mathews commented
It was this way a couple of updates ago. Now this preview, page range selection is just annoying.
I am pretty sure Illustrator used to do this, so not sure why this functionality has been removed