Specifically, an e-Book reader for Windows that can read PDFs and do the e-reader tricks.
I'm finding more and more documentation and articles that are only available as PDFs. This is a great resource, but I just have the darndest time concentrating on what I'm reading when I have to read it on a computer screen. Some of it is, I suppose, just human nature, but my eyes are getting worse and it's just hard to read a lot of text on a screen. I know I can blow up a PDF, and often do, in order to get the print larger and with better contrast, but by nature, PDFs are intended to look just like the original print document. If it's a full page of 12 point type, blowing it up means having to continuously scroll horizontally as well as vertically, and that's very tiring.
I've not yet learned to enjoy reading e-books on my tablet, but I really appreciate the trick that the readers can do that incresases the print size and scales the page to fit - a 100 page book might have 400 e-pages, but at least you don't have to scurry left and right across a page to read full lines or see illustrations.
I did a little searching on line this morning and didn't have much luck finding what I'm looking for.
1. It has to read a PDF
2. It has to be able to increase font size and wrap lines to the screen size
Any suggestions? Plenty of readers will read the bookstore e-Book formats but PDF seems to be elusive. The reader I have on my tablet treats PDFs just like any other PDF viewer and doesn't rewrap lines when expanding the print size.
Am I looking for the impossible?