Brilliant idea: let users customize their interface
I don't want the forced tools on top, including Home, Tools, Document, and several of the page display icons. I'm a genius and I'll offer a brilliant idea: let users customize their own screen!
When the window isn't maximized, there's insufficient room for all the tools, and the default unwanted ones prevent the ones I need from being displayed! When the + and - zoom icons aren't shown, they're also not even listed behind the 3-bullet icon on the far right! This is obviously a bug. It's further difficult since Acrobat refuses to zoom when using Ctrl-scroll on a "high-precision" Dell trackpad.
Acrobat has existed for 24 years, and yet Adobe still lacks the sense to let users decide which toolbar items they want. Please build a time machine and fix this 20 years ago.
The zoom icons appear fine in toolbar
closing this thread.
Let me know for any concerns
ms. TechWriter commented
The Top tool bar can be customized to a great extent. Here are the steps.
First, right click on your quick tool bar (the one at the top of the application, just below the file tabs) you will see 5 options starting with the word 'Show'. Hover over one and a side bar opens. There you can (de)select quite a few options.
Then scroll down to the "Customize Quick Tools" option. There you have more options you can go through and select.
For example - Go to the "Organize Page" option and click the dropdown arrow. Find & click on the "Extract Page" feature then click on the +upArrow to the right. Then save. This will put an 'Extract Page' button on your Quick Tools.
InDesign allows this type of customization, called a "workspace."
Yes, bring that feature to Acrobat, too.