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How do I get the Adobe PDF navigation bar to automatically appear at the top of my screen again instead of when I move my mouse?

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Before I upgraded my computer to Windows 7 and updated Firefox to the latest version, when I opened a PDF document online, the PDF navigation/menu bar would automatically appear at the top of the screen. Now it only appears at the bottom in a blue bar when I move my mouse around.

Before I upgraded my computer to Windows 7 and updated Firefox to the latest version, when I opened a PDF document online, the PDF navigation/menu bar would automatically appear at the top of the screen. Now it only appears at the bottom in a blue bar when I move my mouse around.

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cor-el, thanks for the tip. While I certainly scoured Adobe's preference settings to look for something relating to that exact thing, I never went to their help site until I got your post. I found out that the floating toolbar appears because the PDF opens in Read Mode, which you can turn off for all future documents by doing this:

  • Quit your internet browser
  • Launch Acrobat (or Reader)
  • Choose Edit>Preferences
  • Click on the Internet category on the left
  • Deselect “Display in Read Mode by default”
  • Click the OK button.
  • Relaunch Acrobat

Something important to note, if you have both Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader, you need to do the above in both programs (same steps).

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  • Shockwave Flash 11.1 r102
  • Adobe PDF Plug-In For Firefox and Netscape 10.1.2
  • The plug-in allows you to open and edit files using Microsoft Office applications
  • Office Authorization plug-in for NPAPI browsers

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:10.0.2) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/10.0.2

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Rosana 5 தீர்வுகள் 37 பதில்கள்
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Hi agraham, Here is: [[How do I customize the toolbars?]]
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Thanks, but this does not solve the problem. I am trying to get the PDF toolbar to stay docked at the top by default (see image).

Thanks, but this does not solve the problem. I am trying to get the ''PDF ''toolbar to stay docked at the top by default (see image).
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Did you check the Adobe Reader Preferences to see if there is a setting to choose between a floating bar and the classic toolbar at the top?

Did you check the Adobe Reader Preferences to see if there is a setting to choose between a floating bar and the classic toolbar at the top?
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cor-el, thanks for the tip. While I certainly scoured Adobe's preference settings to look for something relating to that exact thing, I never went to their help site until I got your post. I found out that the floating toolbar appears because the PDF opens in Read Mode, which you can turn off for all future documents by doing this:

  • Quit your internet browser
  • Launch Acrobat (or Reader)
  • Choose Edit>Preferences
  • Click on the Internet category on the left
  • Deselect “Display in Read Mode by default”
  • Click the OK button.
  • Relaunch Acrobat

Something important to note, if you have both Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader, you need to do the above in both programs (same steps).

cor-el, thanks for the tip. While I certainly scoured Adobe's preference settings to look for something relating to that exact thing, I never went to their help site until I got your post. I found out that the floating toolbar appears because the PDF opens in'' Read Mode'', which you can turn off for all future documents by doing this: * Quit your internet browser * Launch Acrobat (or Reader) * Choose Edit>Preferences * Click on the Internet category on the left * Deselect “Display in Read Mode by default” * Click the OK button. * Relaunch Acrobat Something important to note, if you have both Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader, you need to do the above in both programs (same steps).