Chapter 21. Working with Review Sessions


  • Loading tools for comment reviews

  • Working with e-mail–based reviews

  • Setting up shared reviews

  • Migrating comments from shared reviews

Throughout this book, I address the use of PDFs on the Web. As I discussed in Chapter 9, you can download selected Web pages or entire Web sites and have all the HTML pages converted to PDF. In Acrobat 7 and 8 you can convert media, animation, and sound to PDFs with the animated pages appearing the same in Acrobat viewers as when you see them on Web sites.

Coming ahead in Chapter 30, I talk about eBooks and downloading eBooks; in Chapter 34 I talk about submitting form data; and in other chapters you find similar discussions on Acrobat PDFs hosted online. In short, the Web plays a major role with much of your Acrobat activity.

This chapter builds on information covered in Chapter 20 where I discussed using the commenting tools, menus, and Comments panel. In this chapter I cover commenting through Attach for Email Review and Send for Shared Reviews, which are, again, another use for PDFs and the Internet.

Setting Up the Commenting for Reviews Environment

Commenting in review sessions requires use of the same tools discussed in Chapter 20. If you haven't read Chapter 20, take a moment to read how to load commenting tools and open the Comments panel. The tools you need to follow along in this chapter are the Comment & Markup tools and the Properties Bar. Load these tools as explained in Chapter 20.

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