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    David Do (Defordo Co.) commented  · 

    I've removed these myself and they no longer appear if you set the settings to have them not appear in the toolbar.

    Go to

    View > Show/hide > Toolbar Items > Show File TOols > and unselect the save and print options.

    Then also go to

    Edit > Preferences > Documents > then set the option for "Restore last view settings when reopening documents
    Click OK to save and then close and restart the program.

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    David Do (Defordo Co.) commented  · 

    This currently already exists if I'm not mistaken, though it is a little complicated to achieve as you more or less, need to deactivate everything that might trigger the tools pane. So, there are a few different settings that may need to be set all together to achieve the expected view consistently, but as far as I'm aware (and only included in case you may not have already tried setting them):

    Go to View > Show/Hide > deselect "Tools Pane" (I presume this is what you mean by having to close it every time, but on the chance that you meant you more simply have to click that small arrow to have the tools pane slide it away, then using the settings to hide it should persist between program restarts.

    If not...

    Review these other options that may trigger the tools pane to appear:

    Edit > Preferences >> General (Categories) >>> Under "Basic Tools" uncheck the box for "Show quick actions on text selection"

    Edit > Preferences >> Documents (Categories) >>> Under "Open Settings" set "Allow documents to hide the menu bar, toolbars, and window controls"
    as well as "Restore last view settings when reopening documents" to active by checking the appropriate box.

    Additionally consider these settings:

    Edit > Preferences >> Full Screen (Categories) >>> under "Full Screen Navigation" unselect "Show navigation bar"

    Edit > Preferences >> Reviewing (Categories) >>> Uncheck the box for "Automatically Open Toolbars for Reviews"

    If by chance, you would prefer to simply have a reader and never find yourself needing the Tools Pane at all, there is a comment that contains a workaround to eliminating it completely, found in a similarly suggested thread found here:
    https://acrobat.uservoice.com/forums/926812-acrobat-reader-for-windows-and-mac/suggestions/40077811-hide-not-collapse-right-tool-pane-completely#comments

    Which describes steps from

    https://community.adobe.com/t5/acrobat-reader/how-do-i-remove-the-right-hand-pane-in-reader-dc-locked/td-p/7021654?page=1