It's actually pretty easy.
The cloud-based you mention isn't really cloud based -- it can be a shared
network drive, HTML server, or SharePoint server.
If you don't have any of those, elect email review when you're prepping the
file to send out.
Reviewers send their marked up PDFs back to you, and you can merge them
into one master PDF -- probably the one you started with.
(*One file to rule them all, One file to find them,*
*One file to bring them all and in the darkness bind them) *
After you merge them, you can either work through them in PDF and Frame
separately (I always check them off and say what happened with the
suggestion to create an audit trail) or you should be able to pull them
back into the Frame file.
This has never worked for me because I'm impatient. The Frame files have to
stay as they were when you pull the PDF; you can't modify them. And I
always kill the time during a review by editing and changing the files
before the comments come in.
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On Mon, Dec 16, 2013 at 5:39 PM, Tammy Van Boening <
> As a one person shop with only one or two SMEs at a time, I never had had
> to worry about collaboration among multiple authors/editors before
> producing the final deliverable. I now have to consider this issue. Has
> anybody on this list ever used the function that Adobe describes about
> edits from multiple PDFs back into a FM file? I know that w/ the Tech comm
> suite, there is a cloud-based single PDF, but right now, I cannot consider
> this as a solution. I can consider for right now, just standalone FM
> (unstructured) source, producing a PDF, distributing it to multiple SMEs
> for edits and then pulling all these edits back into one location.
> Any thoughts, comments ,experiences would be much appreciated.
> Tammy Van Boening
> Spectrum Writing, LLC
> TammyVB *AT* spectrumwritingllc *DOT* com
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