- → (Ctrl+Shift+P)
Activates the Presentation Mode. For more information, see the section about Presentation Mode.
- → (Ctrl++)
Increase the magnification of the document view.
- → (Ctrl+-)
Decrease the magnification of the document view.
Change the magnification of the document view to a value that makes the pages' width equal to the document view's width.
Change the magnification of the document view to a value that makes at least one whole page visible.
Change the magnification of the document view to a value that, depending on the size relation between the page and the view area, automatically either makes the pages' width equal to the document view's width (like fit-width), the pages' height equal to the document view's height (like fit-height), or the whole page visible (like fit-page).
Enable the continuous page mode. In continuous mode, all pages of the document are shown, and you can scroll through them without having to use the → and → options.
This submenu makes you choose the view mode for the pages. The possible options are: (only one page per row), (two pages per row, in a book style), and (the number of columns is the one specified in the Okular settings).
This submenu allows you to changes the orientation of the pages of the document.
The rotation is applied to the orientation of every page.
You can select to restore the orientation of the document, discarding all the rotations applied manually.
Changes the size of the pages of the document.
This submenu is active only if the current type of document supports different page sizes.
This submenu allows you to remove the white border of pages when viewing pages ( item) or trim viewport to selection ( item).
The “trim to selection” mode allows you to draw a selection over the rendered page in order to define a visible bounding box to be applied to all pages in the document. Selecting a small trim bounding box enforces minimum dimensions size (20% as a percentage of total page size).
The “trim margins” mode is persistent across Okular restarts. The “trim to selection” mode is forgotten across Okular restarts.
When you switch Okular from “trim margins” mode to “trim to selection” mode, the view jumps out of “trim margins” mode for the bounding box selection interaction.
The trim mode can be deactivated by selecting the same menu item that activates it once again.
Show or hides the display of the form fields of the document.
This menu item is active only if the current document has form fields.