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1:How do you change the author name of the current comment? How do you change the author name for all subsequent comments?
A1: To change the author name of the current comment, select the comment, choose Edit > Properties, and enter the required name in the Author text box. To change the author name for all subsequent comments, choose Edit > Preferences > General. Click Comments in the left pane, and deselect Always Use Identity for Author.
2:What font is used in a note window when viewed on your computer? On someone else's computer?
A2: On your computer, the note window uses the font that you have specified in the Comments Preferences dialog box. On someone else's computer, the note window uses the font that he or she has specified.
3:How do you add a stamp to a document? How do you change the stamp?
A3: To add a stamp, select the stamp tool, and click inside an existing PDF document. To change the stamp, select the stamp to be changed in the PDF document, choose Edit > Properties, and select a new stamp from the Stamp Properties dialog box.
4:What type of file can you attach to a document as a file attachment?
A4: You can attach any file type as a file attachment. However, to open the file, the reader must have an application that can recognize the attachment.
5:Name three ways you can mark up text in a document?
A5: Using Acrobat's text markup tools, you can highlight, strikeout, and underline text.
6:How do you create a file that contains just the text of the notes added to a PDF document?
A6: Choose Tools > Comments > Summarize.
7:How can you tell if a digitally signed document has been altered since it was signed?
A7: Look in the Signatures palette. A caution will be displayed if a document has been altered after it was signed.


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