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Idea on renaming, and jump to file explorer

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Dec 12, 2022 Dec 12, 2022

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Billion dollar insight - why not a feature where users of Adobe Acrobat DC or Pro can rename PDF file name direct from Adobe tab by clicking on the filename truncated title like Excel? Why not implement a feature where user can hover mouse pointer on tab title to see full file name? Why not a feature where user can right click on Adobe Acrobat Pro/DC PDF tab filename title to open up a command menu, where user can select option to show the PDF file in file explorer, where file explorer will pop up to active view with the file (list view) highlighted in blue. For Adobe premium subscribers or Adobe Acrobate Pro, why not an option on the command menu, where user can click close tab (or close all tabs) to bring file explorer with active view with 1 or all PDFs highlighted in blue in file explorer window?

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Create PDFs , Edit and convert PDFs , Standards and accessibility

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You can add feature request or bug reports for Acrobat through the page below:

https://acrobat.uservoice.com/forums/590923-acrobat-for-windows-and-mac 

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Last two already exist: Go to File - Properties - Description. You can see the full file path under Location and if you click it, it will open Windows Explorer (or the Mac Finder) and select the file.

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