In DocView mode, you can scroll the current page using the usual Emacs movement keys: C-p, C-n, C-b, C-f, and the arrow keys.
By default, the line-motion keys C-p and C-n stop
scrolling at the beginning and end of the current page, respectively.
However, if you change the variable
doc-view-continuous to a
nil value, then C-p displays the previous page if you
are already at the beginning of the current page, and C-n
displays the next page if you are at the end of the current page.
You can also display the next page by typing n,
next or C-x ] (
To display the previous page, type p,
or C-x [ (
doc-view-scroll-up-or-next-page) is a convenient
way to advance through the document. It scrolls within the current
page or advances to the next.
DEL moves backwards in a similar
To go to the first page, type M-<
doc-view-first-page); to go to the last one, type M->
doc-view-last-page). To jump to a page by its number, type
M-g M-g or M-g g (
You can enlarge or shrink the document with +
doc-view-enlarge) and - (
default, these commands just rescale the already-rendered image. If
you instead want the image to be re-rendered at the new size, set
nil. To specify the
default size for DocView, customize the variable