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Chapter FOURTEEN. Commenting and Marking... > TIP 119: Migrating Comments

TIP 119: Migrating Comments

Birds migrate, so why not comments? Suppose you have created a document and then added comments to it. Then suppose you either exported text edits and other comments from Acrobat and integrated them into the source Word document, or revised the source document and then generated a new PDF document. New in Acrobat 7 is the ability to add comments to a document after it has been revised. The migration process searches a document and tries to place additional comments in the correct locations.

Make sure the documents are tagged before migrating comments; the feature uses the tags to find word groupings and elements in the document to place the comments. You can read about tagging and using tagged documents in Chapter 7.


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