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Set Default to save documents to the most recent folder used & to open docs from most recent folder

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Aug 27, 2020

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Good day to all.

How do I set a default to save documents to the most recent folder used?  And when opening documents to start at the most recent folder used?  To be clear I do not want to set a specific folder as a default location.    I just want Adobe to default to the most recent folder location.  It seems it used to do that and suddenly it is random and I have to click through many levels to get to the desired folder.

I am working in Windows 10 with Office 365 and Adobe Acrobat Pro DC saving to the local hard drive.

I have tried the Adobe repair option and my updates are current.

Thank you for any suggestions you might offer.

 

 

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Set Default to save documents to the most recent folder used & to open docs from most recent folder

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Good day to all.

How do I set a default to save documents to the most recent folder used?  And when opening documents to start at the most recent folder used?  To be clear I do not want to set a specific folder as a default location.    I just want Adobe to default to the most recent folder location.  It seems it used to do that and suddenly it is random and I have to click through many levels to get to the desired folder.

I am working in Windows 10 with Office 365 and Adobe Acrobat Pro DC saving to the local hard drive.

I have tried the Adobe repair option and my updates are current.

Thank you for any suggestions you might offer.

 

 

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If a normal uninstall and re-install does not clear a problem, then it's time to do a bit more "cleaning" before you re-install Acrobat. Adobe created the "Acrobat Cleaner" application, which will remove all traces of Acrobat and the next install will work just like the first install on Acrobat on a new system. You can find the application here: http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/acrobatcleaner.html

You cannot use this if your Acrobat was installed as part of a Creative Clout installation. 

 

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