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Old 11-06-03, 04:30 PM   #1
stevevt
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Stupid Acrobat Question

Either I'm completely stupid, or Acrobat is. This is Acrobat, and not Reader.

Anyhow, I managed to make a toolbar float by dragging it. Now I want to make it not float, but still be visible. The help tells me to drag it back to its original position. No dice. At all. Nor does double (or right) clicking the floating toolbar. Or anything else I tried.

What's the secret to the un-crappifying of this situation?

Thanks big time.
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Old 11-06-03, 04:40 PM   #2
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The answer is that Adobe is a steaming pile of garbage.


Well, technically, the answer is:
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There is an almost invisible very light grey bar - horizontal at the top or vertical at the left, depending on the toolbar being portrait or landscape. You must drag it from that bar.
Which I got from Google.

Not that Adobe would want to mention this in their help or anything. Morans.
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