Re: An editing on-screen alternative

Subject: Re: An editing on-screen alternative
From: Dick Margulis <ampersandvirgule -at- WORLDNET -dot- ATT -dot- NET>
Date: Wed, 6 May 1998 19:33:12 -0400

Montview wrote:
> Does anyone know of a program that would make viewing heavily edited files
> easier while still enabling you to better see revisions as well as original
> material?

[--big snip--]
> Laura Michaels
> Montview Publications & Editorial Services
> Montview -at- mci2000 -dot- com


One readily available approach, albeit not exactly what your
correspondent requested, is to use Acrobat Exchange on everyone's
desktop and have each reviewer use a different background color for
sticky notes. This leaves the original document file (whatever the
source platform) completely undisturbed. The author can see different
reviewers' ideas about edits and adopt, modify, or reject them.


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