Answered By: Mike E. Last Updated: Jan 10, 2017 Views: 512
There are a number of ways to read the content in PressReader. Typically, when you open a newspaper or magazine, it will show you the way it looked in the print copy. PressReader calls this "Page View". However, you may want to see it with larger text and fitting your screen better. PressReader calls this "Text View". There are a number of ways to switch between views.
When using PressReader in a web browser (like Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge), you can right click on the article to switch between views. Right-clicking opens a menu, and the and options are the first option in the menu. Additionally, at the bottom left of the web browser, there will often be a toggle for changing between views. When in Page View it looks like this , and in Text View it looks like this . This toggle can also be used to switch between views.
When in a web browser, you can click or tap on an article's title in Page View and it will open that article in Text View. Article titles will be highlighted in blue to indicate to you that you can do this:
Also, when using the PressReader app on a mobile device you can tap and hold on an article to bring up a menu (tapping and holding in apps often does the same thing as right clicking on a computer). The first option is a toggle to switch between Page View and Text View: