Having issues with Acrobat DC in Windows 11 - the title bar just disappears - either randomly when starting or when the mouse hovers from content to title bar. ALT-SPACE allows me to switch between window modes which is a tedius workaround - no such problems ith Photoshop/Illustrator.
Hope you are doing well and sorry for the trouble. As described, Acrobat DC Title Bar disappears in Windows 11
Would you mind sharing the version of the Adobe Acrobat DC you are using? To check the version go to Help > About Acrobat and make sure you have the recent version 21.07.20099 installed. Go to Help > Check for updates and reboot the computer once.
Also try to repair the installation from the help menu and see if that works.
You may also try to create a new test user profile with full admin rights and try using the application there and check.
I have similar issues for Acrobat Reader DC installed on windows 10 and 11.
I tried all the work arounds suggested above, but the problem persists. I have also uninstalled/rebooted/reinstalled Acrobat Reader DC, but the procedure did not change anything.
(version: 64bit / 2022.001.20117)
In some other threads, some say that this issue can be solved by fixing "hardcopy." I do not have that program installed so I don't think the problem is related to that in my case.
Problem still exists with Version 2022.001.20142 64bit. I've lived in hope that updates will fix the defect but no luck so far 6 months down the track.
Haven't tried the 32bit variant (will do now) but really, just not cricket for such an established product.
Attached an image showing the defect- note on the right side that the toolbar is partially repainted and the title bar completely missing.
I had the same issue with the title bar disappearing. Contacted Adobe support by phone and they reinstalled Acrobat DC with a 32-bit version.
Works fine now.
We are sorry to hear that. The issue is reported to our engineering team and they are working on it for the fix.
We will share the update as soon as we get any news from them.
Where can we get Acrobat Pro DC 32bit to install on Windows 11? Can't see it available anywhere to download. Thanks
Hope you are doing well
You have a different issue than what we have in discussion on this community thread.
I would request you to please start a new conversation so that it will be visible to all the appropriate users so that they can help and suggest you better.
Also, please go through the correct answer marked in the similar discussion here https://community.adobe.com/t5/acrobat-discussions/adobe-acrobat-pro-dc-32-bit/m-p/13039068#M368479 and see if that works.
I have the same issue. Version 2022.002.20191 64-Bit. The windows title bar disapears so I cammot move or resize the wndow and can only close it from the taskbar. I've had this problem for over a year and have resorted to reloaded Acrobat Pro X (perpetial license) and Acrobat DC reader - both work perfectly well. I thought it must be fixed by now, so I uninstalled the X & DC reader and installed a fresh version of DC. Still have the problem and I'm still paying for the software every month. I tried repairing etc. to no avail. What can I do? I'd be gratefull for any help - I haven't tried the 32bit version.
This is what my Acrobat DC looks like:
My problem is the same as Andrew's. The problem first occured last month when I perchased a new computer. I was using windows 10 up until then and never had any trouble. I am running the new workstation (Lenovo P16) through a thunderbolt dock. My displays are 3 UHD screens. The window does exactly what Adnrew described and showed.
I have attached a screen shot here. Looking forward to hearing back on a fix for this.
I also have the same problem. Do you know when it will be fixed? Thank you!
I've removed the 64 bit version and installed the 32bit version. This has improved things significantly, but I still get the problem ocasionally - at least it's now tollerable. I now have a practical issue - I'm a broadcast engineer and I deal with large documents (e.g. 800 page manuals) and complex drawings. I now need to activly manage the number of open documents or Acrobat 32bit slows to a snails pace ( I run a 64GB i9(14 core) workstation - and now I still need to put up with paging). I'm a very happy Lightroom / Photoshop user - they have none of these issues. I don't understand why they don't apply the same skillset to their flagship product?