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Is it safe to delete the "files.myd" file in the directory C:\Documents and Settings\**\Application Data\Adobe\Acrobat\8.0\organizer70\files.MYD?

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Is it safe to delete the "files.myd" file in the directory C:\Documents and Settings\**\Application Data\Adobe\Acrobat\8.0\organizer70\files.MYD?
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The file is associated with Adobe Organizer, if you use this function within Adobe Acrobat. While it should be safe to delete (provided that you don't use any Organizer functionality or don't care to lose any history or settings within Organizer), I would personally move it out of the organizer70 folder first into another folder and then continue using Acrobat for awhile. If you don't experience any ill-effects or any Organizer functionality issues, then you could delete it officially at a later date.
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