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Topic: Session Saver in Adobe Acrobat?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 136412
From: what_the_duce
Date: 7/17/2005 02:40 AM

when i'm reading technical papers, i usually have a myriad of pdf files open in the adobe reader. sometimes, i have to log-off or restart the computer. its annoying to open all the files again, not to mention, remembering all that were open.

is there a session saver in adobe acrobat whereby, i can save my current session, restart computer, and with 1 click have all the files open again in the reader with preferable on the correct pages & zoom factors?

thanks.

PS. i currently have adobe acrobat pro v6 on winXP.


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