activePDF Maestro?

Subject: activePDF Maestro?
From: bws -at- bittersweetfarm -dot- org
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 9 Sep 2004 08:10:19 -0600

Howdy, folks. We are trying to get engineers to provide electronic reviews
for a variety of reasons. We produce PDF review docs. I made the case for
buying them Acrobat, but they really do not need most of the features of
Acrobat. All they need to do is add comments to the PDFs.

activePDF Maestro is an inexpensive ($25 or even less in quantity compared
to Acrobat at $199 a pop) product. I've tried it out a bit and it seems to
provide all the commenting facilities that we need: highlights,
strikethroughs, sticky notes with customizable heads, etc.

I'm just curious whether anyone out there has encountered or heard of any
problems with this product.

thanks, bws


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