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Topic: Highlighting and annotating academic articles
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 154274
From: GradStudent
Date: 9/16/2006 07:44 AM

Hi,

I am new to Planet PDF forum. I use Adobe Acrobat Professional 6.0.4 VERY frequently to read academic journal articles. I prefer to make my highlights, underlines, annotations, etc. electronically rather than print out the many papers. Most of my colleagues seem to print out EVERYthing and then annotate/markup the hardcopies.

I have some questions about limitations I have found with the "Note Properties" "Highlight Properties" and "Pencil Tool Properties". I have looked extensively around PlanetPDF and have not found much on this sort of usage.

Where would be the best place in the PlanetPDF forums to discuss this topic with other users?

Thank you.

Grad Student in Economics
Colorado


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