I know everyone loves to read our manuals but have you ever been made crazy by trying to look at something that straddles a page break? Did you know that Adobe has a setting that allows you to scroll continously across page breaks instead of "snapping" to the next page. I thought this was something controlled by the document writer but it is not. (Maybe I'm the slow one :~) Anyway, under the "View" tab you can set the reader to "Scroll Continously" (or something similar) and eliminate this pesky problem. You can even set Adobe Reader to retain this as your default configuration. I would like to tell you exactly how and where these setting are found but Adobe is not very consistant in where and what they called these settings from one version to another. However, if this is something you found annoying in the past, there is a solution!