"Previous View" button default setting for all readers

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Hi! I have a question regarding Adobe Acrobat Reader toolbar settings. I know I can configure my own toolbar however I want to, e.g., adding a "Previous View" button for easy access to that command.

 

Is there a way to include in an individual PDFs settings that whenever someone opens my PDF with Adobe Acrobat Reader, they will see the "Previous View" button on their toolbar by default? (Even if they haven't added it to their toolbar themself).

 

I know that I can add a "Previous View" button directly onto the PDF itself by using Adobe Pro and completing the following steps: Tools > Interactive Objects > Add Button. But this is not the solution I'm looking for. I want to know if there's a way to add a permanent "Previous View" button on the toolbar of everyone using Adobe Reader to view my PDF. 

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