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You would need to purchase at least one version of Pro.
With that you can enable the files so that Reader users can comment.
Thanks for the reply.
We have about 60 people in the company.All of them have Adobe 7.0 installed.
So if we buy one Adobe Pro 8.0 and do the free installation of reader 8.0 on all the user machines, can we give document rights to all of them?
>can we give document rights to all of them?
Yes but you actually don't give the rights to the individual people, you give the rights to the document itself using Acrobat.
You simply open the PDF in Acrobat Pro and click on one of the menus then follow the easy instructions and you're done.
Just one more handy thing.
If you get Acrobat, you may also want to look into "reviews" where you can send out the document via email from within Acrobat and it will basically track the revue process and merge all comments together in one final document if you want.
Adobe Reader 7 users can also add comments to enabled PDF documents.
What version of Reader must you have to be able to add comments to comment enabled PDF documents ?
We have reader 5.1.09, and the PDF document was created with Distiller 8.1.0, yet the Reader menu for document rights is grayed out.
You need version 7.x or better.
That is what I needed to know. Thank you Graffiti..
To Bernd Alheit
Hello, I have Adobe Reader 8 and I need to add comments, how can I enable my pdf files to do this?
You can enable the PDF documents with Adobe Acrobat 7 or 8 Professional.