Hide the tool bar of pdf reader using Advanced PDF Tools Command Line

This article directly guides you how to hide the tool bar of pdf reader using Advanced PDF Tools Command Line.  The Advanced PDF Tools Command Line would greatly assist you to edit pdf, with its help you are allowed to hide the tool bar easily and quickly.

You can download it through the following link posted below


Do remember extract it after the download is completed, for it is zipped package.

To active this function you are bound to launch the MS-DOS command prompt window, look at the screenshot, and they will show you

Click “start”


Then “Run”


After the two steps, you will have the below box


Here, you can type the command line directly to edit pdf


pdftools -i "C:\input.pdf" -o "C:\output.pdf" -n "Key Key-value "    

Where the Key is an optional name of one of the followings, and the Key-value is a Boolean type value also described below:

(Optional) A flag specifying whether to hide the viewer application's tool bars when the document is active. Default value: false.

So, to hide the tool bar, the command line can be described as

pdftools -i "C:\input.pdf" -o "C:\output.pdf" -n "HideToolbar true"    

Type the command line into the above box, you will have



Now, you can open the testtool.pdf to check


Through the contrast, you can find the tool bar of the testtool.pdf is hidden fully. The whole process is simple and quick and hide the tools bar of pdf reader using Advanced PDF Tools Command Line is efficient. Do remember, to edit pdf, you can choose Advanced PDF Tools Command Line. More wonderful experiences on how to edit pdf will be posted constantly, your attention is highly valued. 

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