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Topic: Commenting/Notes
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 107119
From: LewisVPDI
Date: 3/5/2004 05:34 AM

We're adding NOTES (Comments) to a PDF file. There will be no replies to this Comment, it's just for informational purposes (e.g., something like "Make sure you read the next section carefully"). We selected the appropriate icon (a question mark), checked the properties to have the note pop-up whenever the curser (the hand) moves over it. Everything's cool. BUT... When you hover, first you get a pop-up with a yellow background that has about 3/4 of the text (like a web browser's ALT message) and then BEHIND THAT is the actual comment in a NOTE box that gives the entire comment text, the person and time it was created. How do we turn off the annoying first box so the user doesn't suddenly get confused by the two pop-ups, the one with the incomplete note and then the correct one? There is nothing in the properties that seems to control this. Thanks!!!!

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