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Adobe Acrobat 8 How-Tos: 125 Essential Techniques by Donna L. Baker

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Chapter Eleven. Reviewing and Collaboration

Many common workflows rely on communication surrounding a common product, whether that is a product manual, marketing document, or a chapter in a book such as the one you are reading. One of the strongest features in Acrobat—among a host of strong features—is the ability for a group of users to collaborate and communicate, exchanging ideas and content in a way that can be evaluated and tracked.

The collaboration and review process has developed over the last few versions of Acrobat, from sharing comments and incorporating them into a source document in Acrobat 5, to enabling documents for commenting in Acrobat 7 Professional.

Two features you’ll read about are revolutionary and together change the way ...

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