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I tested X to see if it fixed a Sharepoint bug, and I didn't notice
any change from 8 or 9. In all three versions:
If you have Acrobat, you can enable a PDF for commenting with Adobe Reader.
You can e-mail a comment-enabled PDF and consolidate comments from
multiple reviewers using Acrobat.
You can put a comment-enabled PDF in a shared directory or on a
Sharepoint server and reviewers can all comment on the same file
(except there's a bug in Acrobat 9 that makes this not work on
On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 12:18 PM, <wendy_lewis -at- goodyear -dot- com> wrote:
> Is anyone else pissed about Adobe removing most of the commenting ability
> from acrobat x ? It's taken me a few days of half hearted searching to
> figure this out. But, anyone can comment on any pdf with sticky notes and
> To get the full commenting features, you have to sign up for an adobe
> account and use the shared review feature... basically cloud sharing?
> If so, that means that they want me to put sensitive corporate documents
> on some cloud server somewhere, and everyone that I need a review from
> needs to get an acrobat account, just so that the guy in the next cube
> can review my doc with more than just sticky notes.
> Someone please tell me that I'm wrong.
> Wendy Lewis
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