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Topic: Print Comments/Markups by default
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 155131
From: rsunnucks
Date: 10/12/2006 10:39 PM

Hi there,
I am trying to do something I would think is simple, and my inability to do it is driving me nuts:
After I produce a PDF, certain pages need to be marked with a comment like "Ignore this page". The PDF files are then sent to a client, who prints them out from Adobe Reader. However, when the client prints, the comments and markups do not print out unless specifically called for. The client has many employees, most of whom are not computer literate, and for ease of use I'd like to make printing of Comments/Markups default to "on" for these documents. However, I've been everywhere on the interface and the help file that I can think of, and cannot find such an option. Am I simply missing something obvious?

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