You can set default properties for any comment type so that subsequent comments share the same line and color properties.
You can also change properties for a single comment.
Use a digital signature to indicate your approval. For best results, change your security preferences to always sign in Preview Document mode, so that you can view and sign the PDF in a secure state.
If the document does not contain an unsigned signature field, click Sign and choose Place Signature to sign the PDF.
A digital ID is required to sign documents. Self-signed digital IDs created from Reader may be adequate for many situations. See the Adobe website for information on acquiring a digital ID from Adobe security partners.
If you create several markups, you can group them so they behave as a single markup. Any modifications you make to one markup, such as moving it or changing its properties, apply to all markups in the group.
You can copy an image from a PDF to the clipboard or to another application, or you can save it to a file.
Drag the image into an open document in another application.
Right-click/Control-click the image and choose Copy Image or Save Image As.
You can change the most common comment properties, such as color and opacity, using the Properties toolbar.
To apply the changes to all subsequent comments of the same type, select Make Properties Default in the Properties dialog box. Or, right-click/Control-click the comment and choose Make Current Properties Default.
Interact with models using the 3D toolbar and the Model Tree.
Adobe regularly provides updates to Reader software. By default, Reader checks for updates once a week. If updates are found, they are downloaded and you are notified that the updates are ready to install. You can also check for updates manually.
To change the automatic download preferences, click the Preferences button in the Adobe Updater dialog box.
Some toolbars, such as the Tasks toolbar, appear in the toolbar area. Others, such as the Comment & Markup toolbar, open as floating toolbars.
Drag a toolbar to a new location in the toolbar area.
Drag a toolbar out of the toolbar area to create a floating toolbar.
Drag a floating toolbar into the toolbar area.
Use Find to search for text in an open PDF.
To search all PDFs in a folder, choose Open Full Reader Search from the Find pop-up menu, click All PDF Documents In, and then select the folder you want to search.
If you want to review a PDF without being connected to the server, you can save the PDF locally and then reconnect to the server to publish your comments when you