Adobe Reader: How to Open Multiple PDF Files in Separate Windows

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Do you want to open your PDF files separately in Adobe Reader?

Are you looking for a way to set Adobe Reader to open multiple windows of PDF files?

In this tutorial you will learn 3 ways to open your PDF files separately, not in a tabbed view in Adobe Reader.

Let’s go!

Open PDF Files in Separate Windows in Adobe Reader

Open New Window

The first method is to open a new window by going to “Window” > “New Window“.

Drag the Tabs Out

The second method is to drag & drop the tabs outside so it opens into a new window.

Change the Settings to Open Separate PDF Files by Default

The third method is to change the settings to make Adobe Reader open PDF files in new windows instead of new tabs.

Go to “Edit” > “Preferences“.

In the “General” category, under “Basic Tools” uncheck “Open documents as new tabs in the same window (requires relaunch)“.

Click the “OK” button and relaunch Adobe Reader.

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Thanks for sharing and see you in another easy tutorial ;)

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