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How do I save toolbar preferences for Axacropdflib.axacropdf in win forms?

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I have a VB application that is running great, but the PDF Viewer I have in it will not save the toolbar preferences of the user.  I need to either be able to save those preferences for their toolbar settings(save state or something), or I need to be able to programmatically add or remove whichever toolbar buttons I need.  I have downloaded the adobe reader interapplication pdf doc, etc and have searched online but cannot find any good examples.  Any help would be greatly apprecaited, thanks for your time!  Code examples or links for VB examples would be great.
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none that i can find sorry... i did read http://www.adobe.com/content/dam/Adobe/en/devnet/acrobat/pdfs/pdf_open_parameters.pdf but thats a bout hiding toolbars.. which i was thinking you could reserve engineer
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