The PDF Toolbar that comes up in Google Chrome when displaying a PDF, which displays Filename, Page Number, Rotate Button, Download Button, and Print Button can be suppressed by adding
#toolbar=0 to the end of the URL.
- Default PDF Link Rubik’s Cube PDF
- PDF Link with
#toolbar=0Rubik’s Cube PDF
It appears this is based on Adobe supported Parameters for Opening PDF Files. I don’t know how many other parameters are supported.
Thanks a lot, but is there any way of selecting _two page view_ option after hiding the toolbar?
Marco Polo says
Jesus Christ, thank you so much.
Re HIDE PDF Toolbar in Google Chrome, please give more details. Where do you enter: #toolbar=0 and can it be made permanent?
Terry Smith says
Thank you for this information and wow what a pain that the Google Chrome browser doesn’t offer this as a simple button you press. With all the hundreds of thousands of Google employees you’ve gotta wonder what these people do all day that none of them can implement such a simple fix like that.
Unfortunately it doesn’t work anymore. I think it’s since Update to version 111 of Google Chrome (at least in Windows).