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Windows 7: Adobe reader 9

28 Oct 2011   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit.
 
 
Adobe reader 9

I need to know how to delete or clear recent open files fron Adobe reader 9

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28 Oct 2011   #2

Win7 (x64) and WinXP (pro) 32 - Dual boot
 
 

Hi there

I'm presuming you're using Windows 7 ... ?

Below are guidelines I had found online and used before, to get rid of the recently opened files in Acrobat 10 ... maybe the same works for the 9 Reader:

1. Open the Start menu and type "regedit" in the "Search programs and files" field. Press "Enter" to launch the registry editor application.


2. Open the "HKEY_CURRENT_USER" folder on the left side of the window.
3. Open the "Software" folder.
4. Open the "Adobe" folder.
5. Open the "Acrobat" folder.
6. Open the "10.0" folder. (maybe in your case the "9.x" folder)
7. Open the "AVGeneral" folder.
8. Right-click the "cRecentFiles" folder under the "AVGeneral" folder and select "Delete."
9. Click "Yes." This clears the recent document history from Adobe Reader X.

The next time you run the application, it recreates the "cRecentFiles" registry key and begins tracking the document history again.

Hope this helps
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24 Aug 2012   #3

XP 32 bit and 7 64 bit
 
 
adobe recent documents

i don't have cRecentFiles in my registry..
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