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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Re: Annotating PDF files

Hello everyone,

I use the Acrobat 7 annotation features on a daily basis (it's how my
clients review my design work), and to clarify some aspects of this
discussion, it works like this:

-To create a "review cycle" you need Acrobat 7 AND you need to use the
"Send for Review" button.
-Anyone with an Reader (version 7 only) can participate (ie add
annotations, etc) in a review cycle created by an Acrobat 7 user.
-If the Acrobat 7 user adds annotations to the documents and simply
emails the document, Reader users WILL NOT be able to add or modify
-You cannot, obviously, create a review cycle with the Reader.

Reader = Acrobat Reader
Acrobat 7 = Acrobat 7 Professional or Standard

Hope this clarify things.

On 4/5/06, Steven Cogorno <Steven.Cogorno@sun.com> wrote:
> On Apr 6, 2006, at 2:07 AM, Bob Stayton wrote:
> > I'm not sure I understand.  I can open a PDF file generated by the
> > DocBook XSL stylesheets in Adobe Acrobat Standard 7, attach
> > comments, and save the file.  The original PDF file was created by
> > any of the XSL-FO processors, including FOP 0.20.5.  Perhaps
> > Acrobat inserts the digital signature when it adds the comments,
> > but the file doesn't have to be created by Adobe Acrobat.
> Bob,
> That's because you are using Acrobat 7 Standard.  If you use Acrobat
> *Reader* (the free product), you cannot add annotations.
> -Steve
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