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About the review process

There are several ways to use Acrobat in a review process depending on the formality of the review, the number of people involved, the interactivity of the review process, and the access of reviewers to a common server.

The simplest and least formal way to send a PDF document for review is to open the document that you want to have reviewed and click the Email button () on the Acrobat toolbar. Acrobat automatically launches a new message window in your default email application and attaches the PDF document that you have open. All you have to do is provide the email addresses of the recipients and type a message for your reviewers. Reviewers receive the entire PDF file and can return comments to you as an FDF file (see “Exporting and importing comments” in this lesson) or they can return the complete, annotated PDF file. Because you may not have a review partner available as you work on this lesson, you'll work with this informal review process, though this isn't the recommended Acrobat review process. Although this informal review process is very easy, you have to manage the review process and the review comments manually—you don't have access to the full power built into Acrobat's tracked email-based review process, which is the recommended review process.


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