Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Commenting with the Note tool, part of Learning Acrobat Reader DC.
- PDFs can play an extremely useful role…when multiple people need to review a document,…especially when it's important to maintain…the look and feel of the original document.…Unlike sending, say, a Word file, where you have to…worry about each person having a copy of Word,…and the same fonts that are used in the document,…in PDFs, the fonts, images and the way everything…is laid out are all locked in and consistent…to everyone who views the PDF.…With PDFs, everyone sees the exact same…version of the document.…Now, of course, when it comes to reviewing a document,…it's important to be able to leave comments…or to mark it up with your observations or suggestions.…
Happily, Acrobat Reader comes with a broad set…of commenting tools built in so anyone in your group…can participate in the document review…without needing to have a paid version…of Acrobat Standard or Pro.…So anyone in your group can participate in a document review…without needing to have a paid version…of Acrobat Standard or Pro.…All they need is a copy of the free Acrobat Reader,…
- Recognize the difference between Acrobat Reader and Adobe Acrobat.
- Recall the steps to search for case-sensitive words in a PDF document.
- Identify the function of four tools available in Acrobat Reader.
- Explain how to open a file attached to a PDF document.
- Determine how to share a document with an anonymous link.