People read PDF files everyday, whether it’s an ebook, a report, or notes from classes. Unfortunately, the gleaming white background color of every PDF file can be rough on their eyes. Here's how to change the default white background color to something a little more eye-friendly.
- Open Adobe Reader. Go to Edit – Preferences – Accessibility.
- Make sure the "Replace Document Colors" is checked and click on Custom Color.
- Click "Page Background" color and select "other color."
- Change the color to something that works for you and save.
You can also do the same for any of your favorite word processor applications. It will make writing and reading easier on the eyes!
Click this link to check out Adobe's blog on accessibility: http://blogs.adobe.com/accessibility.