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Portfolios for Teaching, Learning, and Presentation – Part 8

Providing Electronic Comments & Attachments to PDFs

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This video shows you how to gather feedback from virtually
anyone by enabling the commenting tools in the free Adobe
Reader using Acrobat 9 Pro and Acrobat 9 Pro Extended.

You may want to create PDF documents and/or portfolios that allow viewers to comment and respond to its content. The commenting and markup tools allow you to insert detailed comments, highlight, replace, insert, and delete text, and use graphics to comment on documents.

If you enable commenting rights in a PDF, instructors and peers can offer feedback even if they do not have a copy of Adobe Acrobat. Enabling these rights allow viewers’ using Adobe Reader 8 or later to participate in reviews of that PDF.

When a PDF with commenting rights opens in Reader, it includes a document message bar and commenting tools that are otherwise unavailable.

http://tv.adobe.com/assets//swf/player.swf
This video shows you how to initiate, participate in reviews
and track comments from reviewers that are being sent via
email.

The following tutorials will step you through using the commenting features.

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