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Adobe saving as both PDF and TXT at the same time

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I'm using Adobre Acrobat XI Pro.  When I save a file it is saving both a PDF and TXT file at the same time.   If I can use SAVEAS then it will only create the PDF file.  I can't find a setting anywhere to turn the saving of the TXT file off.  Can anyone help?
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I have never seen this happening. The closest I came to this were log files printed when converting with Distiller.

Are these proper TXT copies of the PDF file or do they contain other info?
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