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Is it possible to make my Adobe Reader XI overwrite it's own file when I click SAVE, instead of acting like I've clicked Save As.. and ask me about file name and all that nonsense?

Preferably I should click SAVE after making my edits, and that would be it. No more dialogs.

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Are you opening the .pdf in your web browser, or in the Adobe desktop app? – nate Aug 26 '13 at 19:42

Go to Edit->Preferences (Ctrl+K) Navigate to "Security (Enhanced)" and uncheck "Enable Protected Mode at startup". That should do the trick :)

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Note that you have to exit the program for these changes to take effect. – user124384 Feb 15 at 2:21

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