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Topic: Update Commented PDF from illustrator?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 150463
From: literayz
Date: 5/31/2006 03:15 AM

We are creating ads inside illustrator.

Then we print them and send them to the appropriate people for proofing or approval. Those people then approve or "comment" the pdf for changes.

I need to be able to open the .eps file and make updates, then re-print/update the pdf file without killing the review or previous comments. The key here is that I need to update both the illustrator and PDF files since the pdf is what the customer eventually gets and the .eps files are what go to the printer.

Is this possible????

We are using Acro7 and all CS2 products.

Thanks


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