The Super Preferences plug-in (Super Prefs) enables you to
- reduce the maximum number of documents open at a time;
- specify that Exchange should always remain the topmost window on your desktop;
- automatically reopen documents that were open the last time you ran Exchange;
- rotate pages 180 degrees in one step;
- automatically remove bookmarks that point to pages you are deleting;
- create and modify a list of frequently used documents;
- automatically tile documents when they are opened.
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Adobe Acrobat Exchange 3.0 or later for Windows
Microsoft Windows 95 or later or Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 or later
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1. Quit all Adobe Acrobat applications.
2. Move the Supprefs.api file to the Plug-Ins folder in the Exchange folder.
The Super Prefs plug-in is provided as-is and no technical support is available for it.
The Super Prefs plug-in includes the functionality of the AutoClose plug-in. Therefore, you do not need the Super Prefs plug-in and the AutoClose plug-in installed at the same time, and you may remove the AutoClose plug-in when the Super Prefs plug-in is installed.
To set options in the Super Prefs plug-in, choose File > Preferences > Super Preferences.
Using the Super Preferences dialog box:
- File Open Behavior: You can have up to nine documents open at the same time in Exchange 3.0 and later. When you attempt to open a tenth document, Exchange automatically closes the least recently opened document. The Super Prefs plug-in for Exchange enables you to reduce the maximum number of documents open at a time. Choose Default Behavior to specify a maximum number of nine documents open at a time. Or choose Number of Docs Open and specify a number of documents from 1 to 9 open at a time.
- Acrobat Always On Top: When this option is selected, Exchange will always remain the topmost window on your desktop.
- AutoSave Currently Open Docs: When this option is selected, Exchange will automatically reopen documents that were open the last time you ran Exchange. You must quit and restart Exchange before this option takes effect. Document window positions are saved unless the Auto Tiling feature (below) is on.
- Replace Rotate Dialog: When this option is selected, Exchange's standard Rotate dialog is replaced with a new Rotate dialog that enables you to rotate pages 180 degrees in one step. You must quit and restart Exchange before this option takes effect.
- Remove Bookmarks That Point To Deleted Pages: When this option is selected, Exchange will automatically remove bookmarks that point to pages you are deleting. This feature does not search for such bookmarks and delete them -- it only works when pages are being deleted.
- Hot List: This feature enables you to create and modify a list of frequently used documents. You can specify whether the list shows the path to your documents or the Title of your documents (as set in the File > Document Info > General dialog box). You can also specify the number of documents (from 1 to 50) that appear in the list. To add a document to the list, open the document, then choose Hot List > Add Doc To Hot List. To delete a document from the list, choose Hot List > Delete Doc From Hot List, then choose the document path or title to delete. To open a document in the list, choose Hot List, then choose the path or title of the document. The Hot List menu appears in Exchange when the Super Prefs plug-in is installed.
- Auto Tiling: When the Enable Auto Tiling option is selected, Exchange will automatically tile documents as they are opened. You can specify whether documents will open tiled horizontally, tiled vertically, or cascaded. Choose Tile Horizontally to open documents horizontally tiled. Choose Tile Vertically to open documents vertically tiled. Choose Cascade to open documents stacked and cascading from the top left to the bottom right of the screen. This option takes effect immediately and autotiles all currently open documents.
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