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Create drawing markups

You can add lines, arrows, and shapes to a PDF by using the drawing markup tools.

  1. Choose Tools > Comment & Markup, and choose the desired tool.
  2. Draw in the PDF. For example, click and drag to form a line, arrow, or rectangle.
  3. (Optional) Using the Select tool, double-click the markup, and then type a comment in the pop-up note.

To change properties, such as line color and width, right-click/Control-click the markup and choose Properties.

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Start a meeting

Start a meeting

If you have an Adobe Acrobat Connect account, you can start a meeting to review PDFs in a web browser. You can also create a trial account to start a meeting.

Note: Acrobat Connect is not available in all languages.
  1. Click Start Meeting  in the Tasks toolbar.
  2. Click Log In, and then type your Meeting URL, login, and password. (Or click Create Trial Account and follow the on-screen instructions.)
  3. Click Send An E-mail Invitation or Share My Screen.
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Search for text in comments

Search for text in comments

You can search for text in comments, as well as the body of the PDF.

  1. Type search terms in the Find text box on the toolbar.
  2. Click the arrow next to the Find text box and select Include Comments.
  3. Press Enter.

To see all search results at once, choose Open Full Reader Search from the Find pop-up menu and select In The Current PDF Document and Include Comments.

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Select and copy text

Select and copy text

You can copy words, lines, or columns of text from a PDF.

  1. Using the Select tool , do any of the following:
    • Drag across text.

    • Double-click or triple-click to select a word or a line of text.

  2. Move the pointer over the icon that appears next to the selected text, and then choose an option from the menu.

If you cannot select text, it may be part of an image or from a scanned document.

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