Orly...

If you have it, you might open the file in Adobe Illustrator, make 
your comments there and then re-save it as a PDF file with a new file 
name. Of course, that doesn't answer your question, but it should 
solve your problem.

Dennis...
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At 05:23 AM 3/16/2008, Orly Zimmerman wrote:
>HI All,
>
>This is probably more of an Adobe question, but someone here might know.
>
>
>Is there any way to control the size of the text in the comments box
>when commenting on Comment enabled PDFs?
>
>A colleague would like to add names to a floor plan created in Autocad
>and saved as PDF and write in the names of each person in the cubicle
>using the PDF commenting feature. But our current text is too large for
>full names. I tried using the Edit>Preferences>Commenting>Viewing
>Comments. There is a possibilty there to change the font size, but it
>doesn't seem to work for us.
>
>
>
>Any ideas will be appreciated.
>
>Thanks,
>
>Orly
>
>
>
>Orly Zimmerman
>
>Technical Writer
>
>CPBU Documentation
>
>Marvell DSPC - Petach Tikva
>
>
>
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