Tips & Tricks

Displaying Title in the Acrobat Title Bar

May 18, 2000

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Normally Acrobat will only display the name of the file in the Acrobat Title Bar and in the Window Menu. This default behaviour can be changed by adding a meaningful name to the 'Document Information> General> Title' Field (see Figure 1.1) and then by turning ON the following two options in the 'Document Information> Open...' dialog (see Figure 1.2):

Figure 1.

Figure 1.2.

'Resize Window To Initial Page' and 'Center Window on Screen'.

Now when you save the PDF, the Title you entered will be displayed in the Title Bar of Acrobat and also in the Window menu, making it easier for your users to navigate.

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