Question Details

avatar
Welcome to the Acrobat Answers site. You're on your way! It won't take you many more points to reach the next level: Participant. And as you accumulate more points, you're also building your reputation with the community and with AcrobatUsers.com.

How do I get rid of the pane with sign in, export pdf, create pdf, send files and store files in Adobe Reader XI?

On the right side of the screen, Adobe Reader XI has a pane that I can't close or minimize. The pane has the following items:
Sign In
Export PDF
Create PDF
Send Files
Store Files
I don't ever intend to do any of these things, and it's very annoying that I can't get rid of this pane.
I have to zoom to 140% to be able to read documents, and this pane overlays part of the right side of the document.


Vicki Wojcik 245 days ago


Voted Best Answer

avatar
<p>Congratulations! The Acrobat User Community selection team has approved your status as Expert in the Acrobat User Community. We appreciate all your past contributions and hope you will continue to support the community by answering questions and participating in the Acrobat Answers Q&A program as you've done in the past.</p>

<p>As an expert, you will get a badge to display on your profile with the level EXPERT next to your name and you have become eligible to be nominated to the Adobe Community Professional Program.</p>

<p>After reviewing the Adobe Community Professional Program information at https://www.adobe.com/communities/professionals/, please let us know if you are interested.</p>

<p>Someone from the selection team will contact you soon regarding the community professional program. Keep up the good work!</p>

<p>Regards,</p>

<p>The Acrobat User Community Team</p>


<p>**** Disclosure Requirements for Endorsements Received by Third Parties  ****</p>

<p>If you endorse or refer people to the Acrobat User Community in any venue,  it is our responsibility to ensure that you are aware of required compliance with the <a href="http://ftc.gov/os/2009/10/091005revisedendorsementguides.pdf">FTC’s Guidelines</a>. Both you and Adobe can be held liable under federal law for making unsubstantiated claims and for not disclosing your relationship with Adobe. In particular:</p>

<ol>
<li>Always disclose if you have received any type of incentive – free products, promotional items, travel, gifts, payment, and so on from Adobe. The disclosure must be on the same page as the endorsement.</li>
<li>Be truthful. Endorsements should not be misleading. Never make unsubstantiated or exaggerated claims about the benefits of Adobe products or programs. Any statements or endorsements about an Adobe product must be based on upon your actual experience.</li>
</ol>

Thank you again for your support of Adobe and the Acrobat User Community</p>

This is the "Tools" Pane. When you click on the "Tools" button right above it, it should get hidden. You should also see a "Sign" and "Comment" button and potentially an "Extended" button. These buttons allow you to show and hide these panes.

Karl Heinz Kremer
PDF Acrobatics Without a Net
PDF Software Development, Training and More...
http://www.khkonsulting.com


By Karl Heinz Kremer answered 244 days ago  |   Comments (1)  |  New Comment

avatar
Welcome to the Acrobat Answers site. You're on your way! It won't take you many more points to reach the next level: Participant. And as you accumulate more points, you're also building your reputation with the community and with AcrobatUsers.com.

Thank you thank you thank you! That side pane was driving me crazy and I couldn't figure out how to close it. Your answer was succinct and to the point and appreciated more than you can imagine!

Jeanette Bowers Commented 232 days ago  |   Report


avatar

  |   Report
Was this answer helpful?  
1
0


Download
Acrobat XI trial

Get the trial now


Other Questions Needing Answers