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Benzi Schreiber wrote:
> Up till now I've thought that the only way to modify a PDF was by using
> Acrobat (not just the reader), meaning that anyone who wanted to insert
> comments needed the full version of Acrobat (and the license). This has
> always been a headache, because you need to justify the expense of buying
> multiple Acrobat licenses in case people need to comment on a document.
It's called Acrobat Business Tools, and I think it sells for something
like $79 a copy. With Acrobat Business Tools the user can capture a Web
site into a PDF file (something some people like to do a lot of), but
otherwise cannot create a PDF from a document. Other capabilities
include annotating existing PDFs (the feature you are asking about).
Check adobe.com for a detailed list.