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Subject:Fw: Acrobat X Commenting From:wendy_lewis -at- goodyear -dot- com To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com Date:Thu, 21 Jul 2011 15:39:41 -0400
Damien sent me this offline. It answers my real question.
They changed the location of everything in version X, so it seems the
enabling is still available, just very well hidden.
I really did want to be wrong.
As far as I can see you can enable commenting - from the Acrobat Pro X
When you initiate a managed review, commenting rights are automatically
enabled. If you do not use a managed review (for example, if you send a
PDF directly in email), you can still enable commenting rights. Open the
PDF and choose File > Save As > Reader Extended PDF > Enable Commenting In
Just checked it out and it works fine. In Reader X select
View>Comment>Annotations to get the full editing tools: Insert,
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