Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Commenting with drawings and shapes, part of Learning Acrobat Reader DC.
- When reviewing PDFs it's not always just specific words…or phrases that you need to highlight or draw attention to.…Sometimes it's an entire block of text…or an image that needs to be moved or altered.…Acrobat Reader provides several graphic markup tools…that will let you draw directly on the PDF,…much like you might use a pen…or a pencil on a paper document.…I'm still working with the Land and Hotel Brand Story…document, so maybe on this first page I want to…comment that this one line break looks a little weird to me.…I can't really highlight non-existent text.…I could use the note tool and place a note here,…but I think I would better get my point across if I…grab the drawing tool and that lets me draw…directly on the PDF; as with the other markup tools I can…double click what I just drew to add a note.…
I'll close that and as before we can see the text in the…note here in the right panel.…Of course you don't have to just draw shapes,…it's a free form drawing tool…after all so you might want to use the drawing tool…
- 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.