Acrobat DC: Closing that Pesky Right Hand Pane

Are you enjoying Acrobat DC? How about the right hand pane? It’s super for reviewing and choosing settings, but you’re not always doing that. Sometimes the pane is a pain đŸ˜‰ With this week’s release of the Acrobat DC and Adobe Acrobat Reader updates, now you have control.

image of Acrobat DC right hand pane

typical right hand pane arrangement

Acrobat DC remembers the screen layout from one session to another, so if you close the right hand pane during one session, it remains closed the next time you open Acrobat.

In Adobe Acrobat Reader, you have an either/or situation. Choose Edit > Preferences (Windows) or Acrobat Reader > Preferences (Mac) and click the Documents category. Deselect the Open Tools Pane for Each Document checkbox. Close the preferences, then restart the program.

Make sure you have the update installed—choose Help > Check for Updates.

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