Don't laugh; I'm going to make reference to an ehow article http://www.ehow.com/how_6801865_print-pdf-comment.html:
"...users can print the sticky note comments in an Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) file either in an expanded margin alongside the main document, or they can print all the comments on a separate page. Printing in expanded margins, called "Printing in Place," allows viewers to see the comment next to the corresponding location ..."
I'm trying to print out some annotated PDFs with the comments on the right margin. My takeaway from some of the older posts was to check "Print notes and popups" under preferences.
While that is a step forward, I still cannot figure out how to have the comments on a right margin. Something like how Word down scales the document to have a bigger margin at the right for comments would be ideal.
Right now, my comment boxes appear on top of the text, covering it up on the printout. I suspect that Acrobat currently has no feature to print the comment at the margin; though I'm hoping someone might have seen some kind of a plugin/ workaround before that I couldn't find.
I guess if I have to make do, it'll be to make the box less opaque.
I'm aware that there's a "Print with comment summary/ create content summary" feature (cf http://help.adobe.com/en_US/acrobat/pro/using/WS75E00763-F15A-43a1-85B 7-51B920B1181A.w.html). However, this is how it looks like in a printout even in landscape:
It does not seem to allow a user to adjust the margin size of 50%.