I am having to read through a MASSIVE (1000+ page) PDF specification in Adobe Reader. It has always bugged me that if you scroll to the edge of a page, the Reader automatically jumps to the top of the next page.
Is there a way to cut this functionality off so that as I'm scrolling, the bottom of the current page has a minimal space, and the next page continually scrolls into view, rather to jump in and take over the full display area?
I know that Microsoft Word can behave this way. Is there a setting in Adobe Reader 10, or higher, that I can change that will allow continuous document scrolling?
For Adobe Reader X, XI:
To make continuous scrolling the default behavior:
Edit » Preferences » Accessibility » Always use Page Layout Style. Check Single Page Continuous.
To only do this for the current session:
Go to View » Page Display and check the option Enable Scrolling (this is only a one-time fix and will be reset the next time you open Adobe).
For Adobe Reader 9:
Go to View » Page Display and check the option Single Page Continuous.