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Yellow bar in the protected view

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Oct 25, 2019

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In the protected view, a yellow bar is displayed at the top of the Reader window. Click Enable All Features to exit the Protected View.

 

I want to have protected view, but I don`t want to see this yellow bar on top of the Reader. And I don`t want to click always "Enable All Features". I need this for a few people, they just open the PDF over Microsoft Dynamics NAV and save them in their most used folder. They don`t have to edit, so that`s why we don`t have enable all features, we don`t need them anyway.

 

However in this protected view you don`t have to always choose your most used folder. It is somehow selected as default folder in PDF. Of course you can go trough your folders and select the wanted folder, but if you do this 50 times a day, it is very annoying.

 

I wonder anyway why Adobe Acrobat doesn`t have an easy way to say: "I want always save in this folder"

I googled for it everywhere but couldn`t find anything. Maybe somebody here knows how to do it.

 

Is that possible? Thank you.

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Yellow bar in the protected view

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In the protected view, a yellow bar is displayed at the top of the Reader window. Click Enable All Features to exit the Protected View.

 

I want to have protected view, but I don`t want to see this yellow bar on top of the Reader. And I don`t want to click always "Enable All Features". I need this for a few people, they just open the PDF over Microsoft Dynamics NAV and save them in their most used folder. They don`t have to edit, so that`s why we don`t have enable all features, we don`t need them anyway.

 

However in this protected view you don`t have to always choose your most used folder. It is somehow selected as default folder in PDF. Of course you can go trough your folders and select the wanted folder, but if you do this 50 times a day, it is very annoying.

 

I wonder anyway why Adobe Acrobat doesn`t have an easy way to say: "I want always save in this folder"

I googled for it everywhere but couldn`t find anything. Maybe somebody here knows how to do it.

 

Is that possible? Thank you.

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Oct 28, 2019

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Hey there!

 

Protected View provides an additional level of security. When Protected View in enabled, PDFs are displayed in a restricted environment called a sandbox. This isolation of the PDFs reduces the risk of security breaches in areas outside the sandbox. Adobe strongly recommends that you use Acrobat in Protected View if you are concerned about security, or if you frequently interact with PDFs on the Internet.

 

"I wonder anyway why Adobe Acrobat doesn`t have an easy way to say: "I want always save in this folder""

Check By Pass Protected view restrictions here-

https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/using/protected-view-feature-pdfs-windows.html?mv=product&mv2=acroba...

 

Thanks,

Akanchha 

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Hi Akanchha,

thank you for your answer.

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