I bought adobe xpro for windows. I basically just use it for the options of highlighting and making noted on my documents and saving these changes. Now I would like to have this capability for my iPad as well. Is there any way to convert the xpro to make incompatible with iPad? At the very least is there any way I can do what I mentioned above on my iPad? Thanks!
Thank you for the reply.
I have downloaded Adobe Reader, but have not figured out how to
highlight text and make comments on it - and then save these changes
as I do on my PC laptop? Do you know if there is a way to do this on
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Sorry Jeff - moving it back. Questions relating to PDF consumption on mobile devices live in the dedicated forums for each platform, the general Acrobat forums deal with the desktop software only.
Brigitte - at the moment, the Adobe Reader apps for mobile devices don't support the creation of annotations. It's likely that the feature will arrive eventually, but we can't discuss timescales or make guarantees. There are a number of apps for viewing PDF files sold by third-party developers, some of which have basic markup abilities, but we can't promote them here.
That's fine Dave it started in the Download, Installation, and Setup forum. Didn't realize we had an iOS specific forum. I will keep that in mind for users who have inquires related to this topic in the future.
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