Document viewer is specifically designed to support the following file formats: PDF, PostScript, DjVu, tiff, dvi, XPS, SyncTex support with gedit, comics books (cbr,cbz,cb7 and cbt). For a comprehensive list of formats supported, see Supported Document Formats.
Document viewer uses the poppler library as a backend.
Install the package, or AUR for the development version. Evince installs the as a dependency.
For a standalone version installAUR or the light version AUR for PDF support only.
Printer does not show up
3.22.26+47+g3a1a7135a2-1 or higher. In previous GTK 3 versions, the GTK printer backends were included in a separate package. 
Zoom-in is limited
Increasing Evince's page cache size allows you to zoom in further, which is handy for large documents. By default the setting is set to 50MiB. Increasing the page cache size obviously increases Evince's memory consumption when zoomed-in.
The following command increases the page cache size to one gigabyte:
$ gsettings set org.gnome.Evince page-cache-size 'uint32 1000'
PDF texts is not show correctly
override-restrictions parameter to false:
$ gsettings set org.gnome.Evince override-restrictions false
Inverse search with SyncTeX doesn't work
Check that installed. After that
Ctrl+click should work.
WebP comic book support
Some comic books files (cbr, cbz etc.) use WebP images. InstallAUR for WebP comic book support.
Tips and Tricks
Evince v3.31.0 adds keyboard hotkeys "s" for adding note text annotations and "Ctrl+H" for adding a highlight text annotation.
The default author for note text animations is equal to the GECOS comment for the current user, to change this:
usermod -c “Your full new Real Name” yourusername
Use as default PDF viewer
To set the default association for xdg-open,
xdg-mime default org.gnome.Evince.desktop application/pdf
Other resource openers can be configured similarly.