Re: Acrobat Shared Reviews
if you create a shared review pdf using the Standard version of Acrobat that the reviewers must ALSO have the fullAcrobat? I seem to have missed that little tidbit, and my users have been very frustrated when trying to use a shared review when all they have is Reader.
Yes, I believe it's been this way for a very long time, and is the primary reason why I've always insisted that I be provided Acrobat Pro instead of Standard. The other reasonâat least in the recent past; might not be the case with the current Acrobat DC (vs. older versions); was definitely not the case a really long time agoâis that the Pro version is required to create comment-enabled PDFs for reviewers who have only the free Reader version.
I searched for a full list of Pro vs. Standard features, but couldn't find it this time.
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