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Its been couple of days... and no comments still. I wonder if the question is being ignored.
It sounds like you are using a non-Adobe product to create the PDF?
>This results in the inability to use highlighting/commenting tools of Adobe Acrobat Reader
That's because the file needs to be enabled using Acrobat Pro before you can do that with Adobe Reader.
Yes, thats right. I used Open Office 3 to generate the pdf. I have also tried using pdftk and Adobe Distiller 5 with the same result.
Your statement implies, the 'Adobe Reader' features cannot be fully utilized without a valid Adobe Acrobat Pro.
This is a document to which I have the source. I have been able to create the pdf with the required set of permissions based on standards. But I am being hassled because I didn't generate it with Adobe Pro! Well, I suppose this must have been a business decision, but its one thats standards contrary and morally low!
Adobe just lost an avid Reader user. I shall circulate my findings within my work and social circles. Thanks to competition and open source, I am sure to find a standards compliant reader without much delay.
Thanks for your help - graffiti