The application window displays tools such as the application button, the Design Review provides tools for you to view, mark up, print, and save DWF files to share with others or to return to the publisher of the original DWF for revision. Any changes you make to the application window are preserved and available the next time you start Design Review.toolbar, the ribbon, and palettes.
Design Review provides accelerator keys, or keytips, to enable you to use the keyboard, rather than the mouse, to interact with the application window. Keytips are provided for the application menu, toolbar, and ribbon. To display keytips, press Alt. The keytips (letters or numbers) are shown on the screen next to the corresponding command or user interface element. Press the appropriate keytip keys to invoke the desired command or to show the user interface element. To hide the keytips, press Alt again.
Placing the mouse pointer over a menu choice or a button shows a tooltip containing the name of the tool and a keyboard shortcut (if applicable). Some tooltips on the application menu,toolbar, and ribbon are progressive. In addition to the tool name and keyboard shortcut, a brief description of the command is also provided. If the mouse pointer remains over the menu choice or button, the tooltip may expand to show additional information.