John Thoo jthoo at yccd.edu
Mon Mar 23 07:43:46 EDT 2015

```Hello, everyone.

I am having trouble with displaying a PDF using Adobe Reader XI (11.0.10) in two-page mode.  Here is a sample:

<http://ms.yccd.edu/~jthoo/pickup/rectoverso.pdf>

In Preview 7.0 View > Two Pages, recto pages are correctly displayed on the right, and verso pages on the left.  However, in Adobe Reader XI View > Page Display > Two Page View, recto pages are incorrectly displayed on the left, and verso on the right.

What am I doing wrongly?  How do I ensure that recto pages are displayed on the right, and verso on the left in Adobe Reader, just as they are in Preview?

I used pdflatex, if that makes a difference.

By the way, a second question: How do I ensure that the fonts are embedded in the PDF?  Is that done automatically in pdflatex?  I am using

\newcommand*{\memfontfamily}{qtm}  % http://www.tug.dk/FontCatalogue/tgtermes/
\newcommand*{\memfontpack}{tgtermes}
\documentclass[extrafontsizes,showtrims]{memoir}
% extrafontsizes sets the default font for the document to
% Latin Modern in the T1 font encoding, which is equivalent to
% \usepackage{lmodern}\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}.
% memfontfamily "qtm" and memfontpack "tgtermes" substitutes
% the TeX Gyre Termes font instead.

\usepackage[]{qtxmath}   % math fonts for Gyre Termes
\usepackage[protrusion=true,expansion=true]{microtype}