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Chapter FOURTEEN. Commenting and Marking... > TIP 111: Using the Commenting Toolba...

TIP 111: Using the Commenting Toolbar

Acrobat 7 has a range of commenting options you can access from the Commenting menu, the Comment & Markup task button , the Comments pane, and the Commenting toolbar: in the Commenting toolbar you'll find pull-down menus and subtoolbars for tool groups, such as text edits and stamps.

The Subject at Hand

It isn't necessary to add a subject for comments, but it's a good practice to develop. For example, you might have two or three people reviewing a document. If they all use the same subject, such as “Purchasing,” it's easy to figure out where the comments are coming from. The author of a comment is listed next to the comment type in the Comments list; if you add a subject, it appears below the author's name.



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