5 Replies Latest reply on Feb 26, 2016 7:01 AM by gkaiseril

    How to hide or close the "Home" window

    Sturm359 Level 1

      I'm not sure if this question has already been asked, so here goes…


      This is on Mac OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite. I have a script that does most of its work in InDesign CC 2014, but calls Acrobat in a couple of spots to do some work on a PDF via a method that's stored in a folder-level script, then closes the document, natch. In the past, with Acrobat X and XI, it has worked just fine. With Acrobat DC now, the script still does run just fine, with one small inconvenience: The "Home" window remains open after the document in Acrobat has been closed by the script. Sure, it doesn't affect the functionality of the script in any manner; it's just that the script seems a little less polished if it's always leaving that window up when it is finished.


      So, my question is obvious: How can I have the script prevent that "Home" window (which, by the way, lists recently used files, sent files, etc.) from appearing, close it immediately after closing the document it was working on, or at the very least, hide it?