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How can I move the bottom toolbar in Reader DC to the top by default

Community Beginner ,
Feb 25, 2016 Feb 25, 2016

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Hello there,

In Reader DC when you first open a PDF there is a "floating" toolbar at the bottom that contains the zoom, full screen display, and other functions/options. It is possible to move this toolbar to the top and merge it with the main tool bar, but this requires user intervention (i.e. a manual button press). I want to know if there is a way, specifically a registry setting that I can set via Reader DC Customization Wizard, that will allow the bottom toolbar to be merged with the top by default.

Thanks!

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Adobe Employee , Mar 02, 2016 Mar 02, 2016

Sorry to say the answer is no.

Here's the only pref that has anything to do with that feature: General Preferences (see read mode)

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Community Beginner ,
Mar 02, 2016 Mar 02, 2016

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I am still awaiting an answer on this...

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Mar 02, 2016 Mar 02, 2016

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Sorry to say the answer is no.

Here's the only pref that has anything to do with that feature: General Preferences (see read mode)

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In Adobe acrobat Pro DC, that floating toolbar should contain on icon on the far right.   That icon should look like a rectangle with four dots inside and an arrow pointing up on top of the rectangle.   If you click that icon, the toolbar will be included with the other toolbars at the top of the screen.

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