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    Planned  ·  64 comments  ·  Acrobat for Windows and Mac » User Interface  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Mauo commented  · 

    In Acrobat Reader, allow user to choose whether filename or value from 'document title' field is displayed to inform user of the name of a PDF that is open.
    Majority of users when they re-use/modify content of an existing document (e.g. in Word file format) do not update the value in the 'Title' field in Word before saving to PDF. They save their document under a new/modified filename and consider this to be sufficient to indicate a change from the previous version of the document.
    Acrobat Reader by default displays value from 'document title' field and this conflicts with standard user behaviour and expectations, because the document name displayed is not filename. Furthermore, when multiple PDF documents are opened in Reader, it is challenging and user un-friendly to navigate to the correct tab for a document that a user wishes to view.

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