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Chapter FIFTEEN. Reviewing and Collaboration

Chapter FIFTEEN. Reviewing and Collaboration

One of Acrobat's strongest features (among a collection of strong features!) is the ability to communicate with others using a single document. In the old days, you could share a document with others, but it wasn't as easy.

Here's a scenario: You're writing a draft of a procedure that requires input from several people. Once you finish the draft, you start it on its route, either as a single or multiple copies, depending on your standard practice. Eventually you receive your original document back from your reviewers, laboriously interpret the comments and notes scribbled on the margins and backs of pages, and generate a second draft. The second draft is circulated; repeat endlessly.


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