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A couple of our engineers want to review on-line. They do not have
Framemaker, and we are not sure we want them to have it. I personally don't
see it as a big bugaboo, but my manager and supervisor both think it a bad
You could give reviewers PDFs and have them use Adobe Acrobat Exchange to
add Notes (for markup). (You'd have to purchase Exchange.)
I think using PDFs in an electronic review process has been discussed
before. You might check the archives.
ps. to techwr-l: apologize for the spelling mistakes in my last post: who's
instead of whose. Ouch! and I'm sure there were others.