Hi, I don't quite know if this is possible, but I wanted to know if there was a setting in Preview (I'm using 4.1) that would allow me to open .pdf files and have it automatically set the document into a "single page continuous" scroll setting. I use Preview for looking at the articles I take off the internet when I'm doing research. This means that I do a lot of quick skimming through papers. However when a .pdf is opened by preview, it automatically has the setting on "single page," which is harder to move through, especially when I'm trying to read the papers on my 13" macbook screen, so I can't fit the entire page on my screen and comfortably read the text. Thus, I normally set the document to "automatically resize" and "single page continuous" so that I can move through the document without jumping having from a single page to the next - I can see the text at the bottom of one page and at the top of the next. I know this is a minor gripe, but if I go through 50 papers in an afternoon, that means that I must set documents at least that many times (more if I close the paper and re-open it again), and having to do this each time gets pretty irritating. Is there any way to set the default .pdf parameters to open in continuous mode? I know that you can do this in Adobe Reader, but that program doesn't load as quickly on my machine and has a much larger processing footprint, so that having iTunes, Firefox (with multiple tabs), EndNote, Word, and Mail all open slows the computer down quite a lot. This was much longer than I anticipated... Thanks in advance!