Can you share one of these files with us (via Dropbox, Google Drive, etc.)?
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This is usually caused by a corrupt PDF file that Acrobat (or the free Reader) can fix when it's opened. This however means that the PDF file you have open is no longer the same as the one on the disk, hence the prompt to save the file. You can sometimes see that for a spit second, a window pops up that is trying to inform you about the fix.
Without seeing the PDF file, it's impossible to say what exactly is causing this behavior.
Dear try67 and Karl Heinz. Thank you for your responses. Since this behavior suddenly began today and was affecting many different PDF files, I assumed that it was a bug. Upon closer examination, it appears that all the "offending" files are statements that I downloaded from one of the banks that I use (and, therefore, I cannot share any of the files). As I am relatively new to this bank, I guess I have not encountered this issue before and, based on Karl Heinz's comments, it would seem that they are doing something in the PDF generation to trigger this behavior.
Before posting to the forum, I tried Adobe's chat-based Help. As in my one previous experience with them, let's just say it was less than an optimal experience and did nothing to address my issue. Thanks for your help! - Nadav