Adobe Professional glitch driving me crazy

Subject: Adobe Professional glitch driving me crazy
From: "Sarah Stegall" <siliconwriter -at- comcast -dot- net>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 17 Aug 2005 16:43:01 -0700

I'm on a Windows XP Professional machine running various software packages,
including Adobe CS and MS Office. When I produce a PDF (which is very
frequently), Adobe boots up, displays a message saying my PDF is being made,
then opens Reader and displays the PDF. I do NOT want this happening every
single time I make a PDF, and it's driving me nuts.
Of course I know about the check box under the Print > Properties box that
de-selects "Show PDF results". However, that check box is selected by
default, which means that every time I exit a program, then open it again
and try to print from the Adobe PDF Writer, I have to go through the
Properties box again. Since I open/close programs all day long on my
computer, I'm spending an awful lot of time either looking at PDFs I don't
want to see, or clicking that @#$%^ box off.
Does anyone know a way to PERMANENTLY disable this stupid feature? I've
combed the Adobe website and help files and have found nothing relating to



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