How to change default save location in Acrobat Pro 9

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Does anyone knows how to change the default save location in Acrobat Pro 9?
There is no where that I can find to change this.
Also if you look at the screenshot, I cannot find the folder "FF02G82C" anywhere either.
If I can find this "FF02G82C" folder, then I can at least create a shotcut and only 1 click away.
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Forgot to mention, I can go down to "windows" folder, but I do not see "Temporary Internet Files" folder.
Top Expert 2011
Commented:
This looks more like an Outlook question because it appears that you're trying to save a PDF attachment from an email without having opened it. This is Outlook's default behavior (to save to what used to be called the OLK folder), and you can click on the left-side buttons to access the Desktop, etc. for other folders to save to. You can add places on this left-side if you are not seeing a folder that you would like listed.

If you wanted to save the above location as a shortcut, you can use the path below to access that folder:

\\COMPUTERNAME\C$\Users\PaulT\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\FF02G82C\

Replace COMPUTERNAME with your computer's name.

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Commented:
Thanks yobri,
What I want to do is to create a shotcut of a save folder in \\COMPUTERNAME\C$\Users\PaulT\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\FF02G82C\
or on the left side pane.
Then all I have to do is to click on that shortcut folder, then it will open the save folder which where I want to save all the data.
Thanks for your help,


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Commented:
I think I got it.
Thanks
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Based on the type of Save prompt I see in your screenshot, you should have a Tools dropdown option for which you should be able to choose Add to "My Places" making this location appear on the left-side My Places bar. You may need to move this location up the list by right-clicking on the newly created folder and then selecting Move Up.

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works great,
Thanks

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