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Push toolbar customization for Acrobat DC to an enterprise

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Aug 09, 2019 Aug 09, 2019

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i need to push a toolbar change (add digital signature) as a default firm wide. we have about 2500 users in our environment. i need to make Digital signing icon a default on the toolbar.

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Adobe Employee , Aug 09, 2019 Aug 09, 2019

You can try using the Adobe Customization Wizard DC to populate the registry entry to your deployment package.

You can also try to deploy the registry entry with other tools like GPO.

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cFavoritesCommandsDesktop

Supported on WindowsSupported on MacSupported by AcrobatSupported by Adobe Reader

Data typen/a: Cabs are keys that contain subvalues displayed in the right hand registry panel.
DefaultSee description.
Version #10.0+
HKCU PathAVGeneral
HKLM PathNot lockable
SummarySpecifies favorited desktop too
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You can try using the Adobe Customization Wizard DC to populate the registry entry to your deployment package.

You can also try to deploy the registry entry with other tools like GPO.

General Preferences

cFavoritesCommandsDesktop

Supported on WindowsSupported on MacSupported by AcrobatSupported by Adobe Reader

Data typen/a: Cabs are keys that contain subvalues displayed in the right hand registry panel.
DefaultSee description.
Version #10.0+
HKCU PathAVGeneral
HKLM PathNot lockable
SummarySpecifies favorited desktop tools.
DetailscFavoritesDefaultsDesktop is also used so that if cFavoritesCommandsDesktop is null, the cFavoritesDefaultsDesktop buttons still appear. The default values are atoms (a + a unique index) with the string button name:
  • "a0"="Text"
  • "a1"="Highlight"
  • "a2"="DeletePages"
  • "a3"="RotatePages"
  • "a4"="InsertPages"
GUI mappingAcrobat: View > Show/Hide > Toolbar Items > Quick Tools

The example below demonstrates how the registry entry looks in my registry, but yours may differ.

Example

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\DC\AVGeneral\cFavoritesCommandsDesktop]

"a3"="DIGSIG:SignWithBoxDragOrClick"

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