When reading a document I like to use the COMMENTS tool, it's my favourite one. But sometimes I want to add information to an annotation that I did in previous pages (this while I'm reading the actual page). When I try to edit an annotation that it's located in previous pages, Acrobat jumps me into that page, which it's pretty annoying, because I'm trying to add info that it's located in the following pages, so I have to read them while I'm writing. It's there any way to deactivate that automatic jump?
Example of what I'm talking about:
I'm reading something in page 35 that I want to add to a comment I did in page 25, when I try to edit that comment, Acrobat jumps me into that page, making me unavailable to read and write.
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> It's there any way to deactivate that automatic jump?
No. Clicking a comment will cause the application to jump to it.
Okay, thanks. Do you recomend any other way then to take annotations while studying with a PDF? Any function that it's IN Acrobat?
Make the comment on the page itself and then move it to the other page, or write the text in another application (like Notepad) and then copy it, switch to the other comment in the PDF and paste it into it.