I'm experienced with DnD3.0, DnD3.5, and PF1e, but I am just starting to delve into Pathfinder 2e and I have a question on Proficiency for Skills.
It says when you Level Up your character, you "Increase all of your proficiency bonuses by 1 from your new level". Does this only apply to trained (or higher) skills? Or does this apply to all Skills regardless of training? If I am untrained, why would my proficiency in that skill go up if I haven't been training in it.
If you later train in a skill at a higher level, for example my character becomes "trained" in Medicine at Level 5, would the proficiency bonus be +3 (+2 for "Trained" and +1 for the level up to 5th) or would it be +7 (+2 for "Trained" and +5 for being Level 5)? Thematically I would go with the former. If you delay training in something, you don't instantly become really good at it when you finally do start training.
Is this the same then for other things with Proficiency modifiers, such as Perception, Saving Throws, Weapons, and Armor?