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Working with comments

Acrobat's comment feature lets you attach comments to an existing document. These comments can be in the form of notes, text, sound files, stamps, application files, graphic markups, and text markups. Multiple reviewers can comment on and incorporate their comments into the same review version. And if you put your document on a shared server, your colleagues can simultaneously review and add comments from within their Web browsers. (For sharing comments online, Acrobat 5.0 supports standard protocols such as Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) on Windows and Mac OS and Open DataBase Connectivity (ODBC) and Microsoft Office Server Extensions on Windows.)

About comments

There are three types of comment and markup tools available on the toolbar—comment, graphic markup, and text markup. Each has a hidden tool menu.

  • The comment tools—note tool, free text tool, sound attachment tool, stamp tool, and file attachment tool—allow you to attach comments to a PDF document in a variety of formats. Each tool provides a unique method for conveying comment information.

  • The graphic markup tools—pencil tool, square tool, circle tool, and line tool—allow you to visually mark an area of a PDF document with a graphic symbol and associate a note with the markup for additional comments.

  • Text markup tools—highlight tool, strikeout tool, and underline tool—allow you to visually mark up text on a PDF document page and associate a text note with the markup for further comments.

––From the Acrobat 5.0 online Help.



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