Adding sticky notes and other annotations


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Adding sticky notes and other annotations

Reviewing PDFs in Acrobat and Reader and marking them up with corrections is so commonly done that in Acrobat you'll see that they devoted an entire panel to it, a Comment panel, to the right of Tools. We're going to go through a lot of these annotations in this video, but a couple of things. Before we start, first of all, you want to check your Preferences because all of your annotations are going to be marked with your login name by default. So you can get to Preferences from the Edit menu, and go down to Preferences. Or on a Mac underneath the Adobe Acrobat menu, choose Preferences. Or over here in the Comment dropdown menu, in the Comments List, you can see that you can jump right in Commenting Preferences.

So normally Always use Log-in name for Author name is usually turned on by default, and that would mean that it's going to use your identity--this name up here--as the name whenever you add a comment. Now if you want to modify that, like I would rather that my name just...

Adding sticky notes and other annotations
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Adding sticky notes and other annotations provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Anne-Marie Concepción as part of the Acrobat X Essential Training

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Business
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