When rotate view is used, the file appears to be rotated. ShortcutsCTRL+Shift+'[Number pad] +'/CTRL+Shift+'[Number pad] -'will only change the way the page(s) are displayed on screen in the current instance of the Editor. It is somewhat akin to turning your head sideways to look at the document. When you close the Editor, this rotation is lost and the next time you open the file, the pages will be rotated as defined in the file itself. See more information here: https://www.pdf-xchange.com/knowledgebase/247
Bookmarks, Thumbnails, and Other Panes:
Each option brings up their respective pane. By default, they are snapped to the left of the window, with a few exceptions.
For some tips and tricks on using document panes, see here.
Default Exceptions include:
Pan Zoom: Floating. More information on hot to use the pan zoom can be found here.
Stamps Pallets: Floating. More information on how to use the stamps pallet here.
Comment Styles Pallet: Floating. More information on how to use the comment styles pallet can be found here.
Properties Pane: Snapped to the right
Attachments Pane: Snapped to bottom
Right to left page layout: This changes way pages shown side by side behave. It reverses the order in which the pages are read.
Whereas they would normally be read like the following:
Standard layout: Displays documents From top to bottom.
Ribbon layout: Displays the document from from left to right:
Rulers: Rulers help measure document size:
Notice the red lines in the rulers match the X and Y co-ordinance axis of the mouse pointer, regardless of the current tool.