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Chapter FOURTEEN. Commenting and Marking... > TIP 117: Exporting Comments to a Wor...

TIP 117: Exporting Comments to a Word Document (Windows)

If you're working with a tagged PDF that was originally built in Microsoft Word 2000, 2002, or 2003 (Windows) or Microsoft Word X (SR-1) or 2004 (Mac), and then converted to PDF using the PDFMaker, you can export the PDF directly from Acrobat back into Word and make the corrections there. Rather than having to work with both the PDF document and the original source document open side by side, while making corrections manually, you can have your comments exported directly from the PDF document back into the original document and have the changes made automatically.

Tag It

If you intend to export the comments for processing, make sure the document is tagged before you convert it to PDF. If you don't tag the document, instead of a smooth comment-exporting process you'll see a message about tagging. (See Chapter 7 for information on tagging a document and working with tagged documents.) The export process doesn't work through a Web browser.



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