Re: strange capitalization problem in Word 2010
If reviewers don't want to/can't comment directly on the pdf, why can't you supply them with a Word doc, so they don't have to convert it?
If it's a question of the Word docs being too large to deliver by email (or whatever method you are using), why not use a file-sharing site like Dropbox ?
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