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The menu bar and top portion of the tool bar will not display on Acrobat DC. When I try to click in that area it activates whatever application is running behind the Acrobat window. The only way to close Acrobat is to close the window via the Windows taskbar at the bottom of the screen. The partial icons that are visible will function but I can't access any tools or menu items above that point.
I have tried to uninstall then reinstall the program and that did not help. I have also run a repair on the program which did not work either. This version is installed from Creative Cloud. help please.
I have to admit defeat...none of what I tried to do ended up working. I still think the problem with missing or frozen menus in Adobe or Outlook is caused by my video control panel, but I don't know what settings to change to resolve the intermittent problem. It's very frustrating. I hope someone on this forum will eventually be able to figure out a solution. For now, I am resigned to hitting Alt-Spacebar / Restore each time this issue arises, and working off of a slightly smaller image on my monitor that I have to manually resize.
I had this issue at a client site today and resolved it by updating the USB Graphics software for the USB docking station. User had a Lenovo Yoga connected to a Kensington SD3600 Dual video dock with two external monitors. Upon disconnected from the docking station Adobe DC worked as expected, displaying the fine and menu bar. When connected to the dockingstation with Adobe window on an external monitor the file and menu bars did not display and the windows icons for minimize, maximize and close were non responsive. Right clicking in the "white space" where the file and menu bars should display produced the windows desktop menu, not the window application menu. Updated to the latest DisplayPort driver to the latest version directly from the DisplayPort website and it resolved the issue.
So, yesterday was the first time I noticed this problem on both Acrobat DC and Acrobat Reader. I was trying to veiw my daughter's school report and wanted to reduce it in size, but couldn't because the whole menu bar had disappeared.
Today I did a search and came across this thread. I think the solution for now is to simply reduce the size of the window (WIN+arrow -->) and then manually resize it so it fills the screen - it will take up the same amount of space the fully expanded window would look like, and then just it as normal. I don't have the patience to be uninstalling, reinstalling, restarting my PC, this is as good as it gets. If it is to do with a Windows update, then hopefully that will be corrected and if it is to do with the Adobe applications, then again, they will be updated, so things will sort themselves out soon enough.
Hope that helps
This very same problem just happened to me, beginning this afternoon and right after an automated Creative Cloud update happened, which I just happened to notice as a Windows notification. Adobe, your developers need to fix this problem! Junade's work-around with WIN+arrow works just fine, but others who don't find and scan this entire thread are going to be very frustrated, I think.
I was lucky to find this thread on about the 3rd or 4th try to find a solution. I used C5FDB's solution even though the description wasn't exactly what I am seeing. My title bar isn't grayed out it is non-existent. So I don't have to click around the middle of the window I just hit option-spacebar (mac with parallels) and the system menu pops up with restore at the top. That works. This problem is on the Macbook Pro monitor not on the external monitor.
It is amazing that it's now been at least 15 months.
Updated on 20-05-2021.
After research some workarounds, I found another solution that might be helped.
1. Run command prompt with admin privilege and type the following command:
chkdsk /f /r
It would ask you to restart your computer for fixing and repairing the system's error. The progress could be fast or slow depends on your computer hardware. Then your PC would be booted up into Window automatically.
2. Runs the command prompt with admin rights and type:
Wait for it to be completed. And the problem was fixed.
Have you ever been so desperate to fix your computer problem that you would be willing to trust total strangers online? I do, and I am so glad that I came across your comment because none of the other solutions posted in this thread worked. But yours did.
To all of you who are not sure about messing with the command prompt because the wrong command could wreck your world, I get it because I thought the same thing. But desperate times call for desperate measures. So take the leap with this great fix. Yao, whoever you are, you have saved my bacon.
I fixed this issue. buy uninstalling the Graphic driver in device manager & allowing it to reinstall (dont select delete Driver )
This resolved for me. Exact same issue on a Dell OptiPlex 7060 with Intel Graphics 630 (built-in chipset) with latest build of Adobe Acrobat DC Pro, happening on three (identical) Windows 10 21H1 systems. Also occurs in Adobe Reader. Removal of Intel Graphics 630 driver and reinstallation resolved. I removed including "Delete drivers" and re-downloaded the latest fresh from Intel.