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Does this indeed behave differently for the same files when you open them on the two computers? If it's a different set of files, and limited to files from the same source, the following may be the case:
This is an indication for a corrupt PDF file - one that Acrobat can actually fix when it's opening the file. Because the file got fixed when you opened it, it is technically modified (even though you did not modify it via the user interface), and that's why Acrobat prompts you to save the file. Complain to whoever creates these corrupt PDF documents.
Thanks for responding Karl. This only happens on one computer. We access our data files via the network. I will create the file or save one with changes from my computer to the network drive and when that other person opens it on their computer, even just to look at it, she is prompted to save the file. Once she saves any file, unless changes are made she is not prompted again. It's annoying and time consuming to have to ask yourself "did I change something that needs saving or is it that dumb prompt again?" When in doubt, we don't save but then opening the file again, she has to go through the doubting once again.
I disabled the plugin feature and it corrected things 1/2 the time but we need the plugin so I will next call the software company and see what they have on the issue. Thanks for getting me this far. I will report back...