PDFs are commonly used when circulating a document for review. Reviews can have a number of purposes:
To solicit opinions and suggestions from colleagues (for example, a draft document on a proposed business method)
To evaluate whether a document should be published (for example, peer review of papers submitted to academic journals)
To verify a document’s accuracy (for example, recipes in a cookbook or procedures in software documentation)
There are no special tools designed specifically for document reviews. Rather, the tools and techniques described in Take Notes on a PDF—highlights, notes, comments, and drawings—can be, and often are, all used in reviews. What differs, as I’ve said, is the audience for and the purpose ...