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Adobe Acrobat X Classroom in a Book: The Document Review Process

Chapter Description

This lesson shows you multiple ways to use Acrobat in a document review process, how to annotate a PDF file with the Acrobat commenting and markup tools, view, reply to, search, and summarize document comments, initiate a shared review and initiate live collaboration.

Getting started

In this lesson, you’ll add comments to a PDF document, view and manage comments, and initiate a shared review. By definition, collaboration requires you to work with other people. Therefore, many of the exercises in this lesson will be more meaningful if you work through them with one or more colleagues or friends. However, if you are working independently, you can complete the exercises using alternative email addresses, which are available free through websites such as Gmail.com and Yahoo.com. (See the legal agreements on email websites to determine how you may use their email addresses).

First, open the document you’ll work with.

  1. In Acrobat, choose File > Open.
  2. Navigate to the Lesson09 folder, and double-click the Curetall_Protocol.pdf file.
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