My father is using Adobe Reader 8.1.2 on Windows XP. He is blind and uses a reader program called Zoomtext. He's never really had any problems with it, but recently he has been reading some extra-long files (upwards of 1000 pages) and the accessibility feature of reopening the document to the last page viewed rather than going back to the first page every time he closes the document has stopped working for these documents. Needless to say, it is difficult for him to find the place he was at every time he reopens the document. I've gone through the accessibility set up and the box that says "Reopen documents to the last viewed page" is selected, but it doesn't work on these extra-long files. Can anyone give me a hint as to what may be going on here and how to fix it? Thanks in advance.