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Saving page in adobe acrobat as a book

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I am reading a book using Adobe Acrobat, but there's one problem, when I close the file it doesn't save the page I finished reading. Is there any way that I could make adobe acrobat, when I open the file, start in the page where I stopped reading? 

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Go to Edit (or the application menu if you're on a Mac) - Preferences - Documents and tick the box "Restore last view settings when reopening documents".

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Saving page in adobe acrobat as a book

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I am reading a book using Adobe Acrobat, but there's one problem, when I close the file it doesn't save the page I finished reading. Is there any way that I could make adobe acrobat, when I open the file, start in the page where I stopped reading? 

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Go to Edit (or the application menu if you're on a Mac) - Preferences - Documents and tick the box "Restore last view settings when reopening documents".

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If you are using Acrobat DC, than it should be happening as you want. Are you loged into your Adobe acount with that? To fully take advantage of the "Document Cloud," you do need to be signed into your Adobe account.

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Go to Edit (or the application menu if you're on a Mac) - Preferences - Documents and tick the box "Restore last view settings when reopening documents".

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Thank you. This worked.

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