In the upper right-hand side of the actual Document View, Opus 2 features a documents toolbar containing options for managing, viewing and sharing, which are listed below.

Step-by-step guide

  1. Page Number: Type in the page number to locate a page in the document, or use the arrows to skip back and forth.
  2. Notes: Opens up the Notes tab so that user can view all the notes on the current document.

  3. Pages: Displays thumbnails of all the pages on the document; this is useful for more visual navigation.
  4. Find: Search for words within the document.
  5. Tools:
    1. Properties - view the metadata on this particular document.
    2. Rotate Page - page may be rotated clockwiser or counterclockwise using arrows.
    3. Show Links - launches the link comparison view to navigate the hyperlinks.
    4. Add to Chronology - the document is added to an exisiting chronology entry, which can be selected from the dialogue box that appears when this option is clicked.
  6. Rotate left or right: Rotate the view of the page counterclockwise or clockwise using the arrows.
  7. Filter: Allows user to filter on the authors and/or note tags within the document.
  8. Zoom: Change the way the document is displayed.
    1. Fit Width - default 
    2. Fit page
    3. Varying percentages of how much the document will be zoomed in or out.
  9. Print: Print the current document.
  10.  Related Documents tool - allows the User to add relationships between documents, such as Duplicate, Translations and Email Family
  11. Set Document Tags: Allows the selection of document tags to be applied to the document (on top of any Note Tags added to annotated sections within the document).
  12. Links: Generates a URL that can be copy-pasted to link to the document from another source outside of Opus 2.