[OS X TeX] Adobe Reader Reviewing

William Adams will.adams at frycomm.com
Fri Jul 21 13:35:46 EDT 2006

On Jul 21, 2006, at 1:15 PM, Bob Kerstetter wrote:

> I am working with some guys who want to use Word because of it's
> review capabilities.
> However I have convinced them, since I am the writer, they can use the
> interactive review functions built into Adobe Reader.  :)
> Anyway, I know you can enable interactive reviewing by opening my
> pdf's in Acrobat 7 Professional for my Mac and setting some options
> but is there some way to enable this with pdfTeX or pdfLaTeX? I would
> prefer pdfTeX, but would be perfectly happy with pdfLaTeX. Actually,
> I'll be perfectly happy with the Acrobat 7. Anything, but Word, which,
> again recently destroyed some documents.

AFAIK, No. This requires encryption and Adobe Acrobat 7 Professional  
is the only tool which can do it.

On the bright side, it's a lot less expensive than the server-side  
tools they used to license for ~$62,500 for _ten_ .pdfs


William Adams
senior graphic designer
Fry Communications

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