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Hello all

I'm currently running both microsoft office 2004 and adobe acrobat 6.1 professional, everytime i open an office app, word for example, there is a little tool bar for creating pdfs. I want to get rid of it!

I've tried removing it via office toolbar customisation option and saved it to 'normal' but everytime i reopen office it comes back. I've evn dragges it to a less annoying place but it reverts back to where it was before.

I've looked thru acrobat prefs but couldn't see anything relevant there either.

Please help me rid my life of this little thing

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maybe look in the preferences for saving workspaces like in photoshop, or click view or window where you can select show toolbar or whatever and see if you can deselect show pdf bar or whatever it may say.
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