There is some info on the other thread that I dont want to repeat, so this is the link:
I have unchecked this setting for years but I am weekly bothered by
Acrobat 8 changing the toolbar selection against my wishes.
Is this my fate to suffer every few days when acrobat randomly with a
mind of its own changes the settings ?
My fingers hurt from typing unnecessary keys in the keyboard. Can any
responsible soul from adobe get a patch to solve this problem or a one click
bar specifically, underline, multipe clones of it appear on other windows and
finally the program crashed or the screen starts flickering.
> The way the document interface works changed dramatically with Acrobat
> 8 (they moved from MDI to SDI). What this means is that when you have
> a PDF open in Acrobat and set up toolbars, that setup is now attached
> to that particular PDF, not application-wide for any PDF. There is a
> preference setting to control this under the Documents Panel called
> "Restore Last View Settings when reopening documents"
> - you can
> this to keep the setup you want rather than whatever was set up with
> that document open.
> To set up the toolbars so that each time you start Acrobat the
> toolbars you want are in the toolbar well, you need to start Acrobat
> with NO documents open and set up the toolbars of choice.
> If you had a PDF open previoulsy, set up the toolbars in a certain way
> and do not UNcheck the preference mentioned above, then the next time
> you open that PDF you will see the setup from the last time it was
> open in Acrobat.
> Well, that's probably clear as mud but I hope you can make sense out
> of it.
> Hope this helps,
> WindJack Solutions