Acrobat Standard shared review problems w/Reader reviewers
Both would indicate that Standard can be used for the shared reviews.*HOWEVER* (at least for Acrobat 9), if you use Standard to create the
reviews, all reviewers must also have Standard (or better). If you want
reviewers to be able to use the *free Acrobat Reader*, you must use Pro to
prepare the reviews.
The Adobe forums are filled with people repeatedly discovering this andhaving a devil of a time dealing with it. There's an argument to be made
that the Standard has a bug -or- that Adobe's comparison matrix is just
plain wrong/incomplete/misleading. There actually is an awful work-around if
you do use Standard to create the shared reviews: add some specific
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