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Adobe Acrobat 8 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual Quickstart Guide by John Deubert

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5. Adding Comments to a Document

One of the longest-standing features in Acrobat is the ability to add comments to a PDF document. Originally, these comments were simple, electronic sticky notes that a reader could attach to the page. The PDF annotation mechanism has since grown to include a broad set of highlighting, drawing, and other tools that you can use to do fully featured commentary on a document. Additionally, there are tools for reading and summarizing these comments, and even for conducting a document review involving your entire workgroup or company.

The annotation feature in Acrobat is so extensive and important that it will occupy three chapters in this book, concentrating on adding comments to a document, reading and managing those ...

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