Thank you all. We're still using FM10 and Acrobat Pro X. Both Art's and Craig's information was useful--I can import the comments from the old PDF into the new one, and it's a lot easier than I expected.
As Monica notes, however, they're not necessarily in the right spots on the page, as things have changed between versions. Still, they're at least usually on the same page, so that's a good start. Maybe it'll be good enough. I'm going to experiment with trying to move some, although I suspect if it's not my comment the program won't let me. We'll see. Lin On Fri, Apr 25, 2014 at 11:28 AM, Craig Ede <craig...@hotmail.com> wrote: > Look into how FM 12 handles importing PDF comments. I haven't used this > yet, but my understanding is you can import the PDF comments into FM as > conditional text. (The PDF must be a tagged PDF.) You could then change the > condition on the item you want to save and then mass delete the rest via > deleting the original condition and choosing "Delete the text" rather than > "Make the Text Unconditional". > > The devil is in the details, and the FM 11 version was flawed, but if you > have FM 12 this might work for you. > > Craig > -- Lin Sims
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