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PDFs on a network drive are pretty nice when they work, but most
networks I've tried it on, they didn't.
Confluence handles simultaneous edits pretty elegantly. The inline
comments work well if you can get your reviewers to use them.
On Sun, Jun 24, 2018 at 7:35 PM, Rick Lippincott <rjl6955 -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> PDFs on a network drive, accessible by a menu system. The engineers as
> well as the technicians who are building the item add their comments, we
> check regularly (or sometimes get a notification from the commenter) and
> can usually do a quick turnaround.
> Advantage: everyone sees everyone elseâs comments.
> Disadvantage: one person leaving the PDF open can make it very difficult to
> update the file.
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