Adobe Acrobat DC printing PDF file to temp folder

It's Windows 7 64 bit machine.
When I use PDF printer to print crystal report, it didn't open the pdf file it converted and asked the location to save the pdf file, it directly save the converted pdf file into users\user\Appdata\Local\temp

How can I let it open the PDF file when it finish coverting?

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Joe Winograd, Fellow&MVEDeveloperCommented:
> PDF printer

It depends on which PDF printer you're using. There are lots of them, such as Bullzip, CutePDF Writer, doPDF, Foxit Reader PDF Printer (part of the Foxit Reader install), Nitro PDF Creator (part of the Nitro Reader install), PDFCreator, PDF-XChange Printer (part of the PDF-XChange Editor install), PrimoPDF, and the list goes on and on. But since your topic is Adobe Acrobat and the title mentions Adobe Acrobat DC, you're probably talking about the Adobe PDF printer (if not, let me know which PDF printer it is). If so, the output folder and whether or not to view it after creation are controlled by the Printing Preferences dialog:

Adobe PDF Printing Preferences
You get to that via:

Control Panel
Devices and Printers
Right-click on Adobe PDF
Printing Preferences

Regards, Joe

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