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Old 10-03-2015, 09:41 AM
WaltR WaltR is offline Windows Vista Office 2007
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Default Taskbar icon always moves when saving Adobe PDF from Word


Windows XP SP3, Word 2007.

For some reason, every time I create a PDF with Adobe Acrobat from within Word, the taskbar icon moves to the right end upon completion of the save. For example, if I have four programs open and the Word document is on the left end of the taskbar, after saving to PDF it's moved to the fourth position on the right.

Would hiding the 'Converting to adobe PDF' dialog prevent this? Is it even possible to hide it? I thought I'd try it and see if it helps.
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