Enabling extended commenting in Acrobat Reader


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Enabling extended commenting in Acrobat Reader

So you've created a PDF, and you want to send it out to people for their comments. The question is, how do you know that they have Acrobat? How do you know that they are going to be able to add comments to it and save their comments? Because a lot of people just have the free Reader. So, what should you to do if you're thinking that your recipients may be using Reader? Well, first of all if you know that they're using Reader 10, you have leg-up on things, because for the first time Adobe added the ability to add certain kinds of comments and to save those comments in Reader without you, as the Acrobat user, having to do anything special to your document. Watch.

I'm going to close this document-- Chicago Creative Coalition Newsletter-- switch over to Reader 10, and open up that same document. Notice that I'm able to add sticky notes and text highlighting kinds of annotations, as you can see here from the Comments pane, without Acrobat Reader having to save this PDF i...

Enabling extended commenting in Acrobat Reader
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Enabling extended commenting in Acrobat Reader 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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