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Topic: Printing Comments in Reader 6
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 115972
From: Percival
Date: 7/23/2004 03:34 AM

We receive PDF files on a constant basis from dozens of different sources using various editions of Acrobat. Many of these PDFs come in with comments but so far we have found no was to print these comments from Acrobat Reader.

Checking "Print with Comments" provides us with the arrow or callout, and sometimes even the shape of the sticky, but we never get the text of the comment itself. Is there a way to force Reader to print the contents of the comments within a PDF? Or perhaps print the PDF exactly as it appears on the screen in front of the user within Reader 6? (As opposed to having to take a snapshot of the screen, copy it into MSPaint and then print it from there.)

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