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Output path can be defined in START, Printers, Adobe, Preferences, Advanced, Output Location... but is slow and tedious... Otherwise, output always defaults to the most recent path (with is almost always incorrect for the current customer report being generated). is there a way for a script (ps??) to 'read' the current windows path, and 'update' the above 'Output Location' in Adobe..? (does this make any sense..?? .... novice tying here.....)

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Re: Output path can be defined in START, Printers, Adobe,...

I take it you're using a form, which is in a forms or templates folder. I usually make PDF's directly from the file (customer quotations for example) that they belong in, so the 'current' path which Acrobat is designed to choose by default is conveniently the location I want the PDF also stored in. Is it possible for you to simply create a shortcut to the desired location in the folder that Acrobat is showing you?

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Re: Output path can be defined in START, Printers, Adobe,...

Instead of secifying an ouput path in the prefrences, Try leaving it Blank or there is an option to always ask, turn that on..

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