Sorry, I am also not quite sure what the question is...
As in MS-Word you can set the default save location for documents editted. i.e. My Documents, a Network location.
We would like to do the save with Adobe Reader.
If what you're asking is saving a PDF file to default under Acrobat, than this is an easy one!
Go to "Control Panel" / "Default Programs" / "Associate a file type or protocol with a program"
Will open up another screen, first column is "Extentions" scroll down to PDF, click on it & then click on "Change Program" link at the top - options to choose from should come up, and Acrobat should be there if it's on your system - select that, then close & you're all set!
Will someone, preferably from Adobe, PLEASE give a straight answer to this question. It is such an easy question and the answers seem to be bending over backwards to avoid it.
The question is: What must a Reader user do to change the directory to which Reader, by default, points when instructed to save a file?
The current default is the Windows "My Documents" directory. The goal is any directory of the user's choice.
The question does not ask how to modify or attach add-ons to Windows. It is not how to add icons to Windows save dialogs. It is simply how to adjust Reader to specify a different default save-to directory. Maybe it's a line in an INI file or other configuration file. Maybe it's a registry key. But it must be something, because Reader somehow knows how to point to "My Documents." How may the user change it?
I'm not from Adobe, but as far as I know the answer is: No, it's not possible.