I can not find the "user", "javascript" folder in Acrobat DC

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I run the command app.getPath ("user", "javascript") in the console; and I receive the following message:

GeneralError: Error in the operation.

App.getPath: 1: Console undefined: Exec

Sorry for my English, it's not my native language.

I would appreciate any help.

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Correct answer by George_Johnson | Adobe Community Professional

The user folder does not exist unless you create it. Here's more information: Instructions for Installing Folder Level Scripts (Automation Tools) and Plug-ins

and scroll down to "The User Folder" section.

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I can not find the "user", "javascript" folder in Acrobat DC

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I run the command app.getPath ("user", "javascript") in the console; and I receive the following message:

GeneralError: Error in the operation.

App.getPath: 1: Console undefined: Exec

Sorry for my English, it's not my native language.

I would appreciate any help.

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Correct answer by George_Johnson | Adobe Community Professional

The user folder does not exist unless you create it. Here's more information: Instructions for Installing Folder Level Scripts (Automation Tools) and Plug-ins

and scroll down to "The User Folder" section.

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The user folder does not exist unless you create it. Here's more information: Instructions for Installing Folder Level Scripts (Automation Tools) and Plug-ins

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Thank yoy very much.

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