|06 Jun 2010||#1|
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Getting preview-reading pane at bottom of screen.
I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bits with a monitor in portrait.
For that reason I would like to get the preview pane in Explorer at the bottom of the screen for having a readible preview for example of a pdf (because the new 16:9 screen are getting so low, and thus so narrow in portrait).
Is this possible.
In that way one could also choose to have a filmstrip of the pdf :
- Landscape monitor : pane right : full pdf view
pane bottom : filmstrip of pdf pages.
- Portrait monitor : the opposite
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