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I have tow copy of the same book adobe file in tow systems at tow different places. I study the same file at both places in a daily basis. so for example when I read the book at the place 1 from page 1 to 20 I add some sticky notes where its needed and the same process is done when I study page 21 to 40 at the place 2. given I cant use USB or CD and the likes of them, please help me how can I transfer the notes of the two in a unique adobe file.

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For Import

Comments can be imported from a PDF document. You can also import comments from a Forms Data Format (FDF) file or an XFDF file, which is an XML-based FDF file. You cannot open and view FDF files or XFDF files on their own.

Step 1 : In the document that you want to receive comments, from the Options menu  in the comments list, choose Import Data File.

Step 2 : Choose All Files (*.*) from the file type menu. If you know the file format of the comments you want to import, choose it.

Step 3 : Double-click the name of the document with the comments.

The comment positioning matches that of the file from which they were imported. If comments appear out of place, the source and recipient PDF documents are likely to be different. For example, if you import comments from a ten-page document to a two-page document, only comments from the first two pages appear.

For Export

Step 1 : From the options menu  in the comments list, choose Export All To Data File.

step 2 : Name the file and choose Acrobat FDF Files (*.fdf) or Acrobat XFDF Files (*.xfdf) for the file type.

Step 3 : Specify a location for the file, and then click Save.

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how to share sticky of tow same adobe file in a unique one

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hello

I have tow copy of the same book adobe file in tow systems at tow different places. I study the same file at both places in a daily basis. so for example when I read the book at the place 1 from page 1 to 20 I add some sticky notes where its needed and the same process is done when I study page 21 to 40 at the place 2. given I cant use USB or CD and the likes of them, please help me how can I transfer the notes of the two in a unique adobe file.

thanks

For Import

Comments can be imported from a PDF document. You can also import comments from a Forms Data Format (FDF) file or an XFDF file, which is an XML-based FDF file. You cannot open and view FDF files or XFDF files on their own.

Step 1 : In the document that you want to receive comments, from the Options menu  in the comments list, choose Import Data File.

Step 2 : Choose All Files (*.*) from the file type menu. If you know the file format of the comments you want to import, choose it.

Step 3 : Double-click the name of the document with the comments.

The comment positioning matches that of the file from which they were imported. If comments appear out of place, the source and recipient PDF documents are likely to be different. For example, if you import comments from a ten-page document to a two-page document, only comments from the first two pages appear.

For Export

Step 1 : From the options menu  in the comments list, choose Export All To Data File.

step 2 : Name the file and choose Acrobat FDF Files (*.fdf) or Acrobat XFDF Files (*.xfdf) for the file type.

Step 3 : Specify a location for the file, and then click Save.

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For Import

Comments can be imported from a PDF document. You can also import comments from a Forms Data Format (FDF) file or an XFDF file, which is an XML-based FDF file. You cannot open and view FDF files or XFDF files on their own.

Step 1 : In the document that you want to receive comments, from the Options menu  in the comments list, choose Import Data File.

Step 2 : Choose All Files (*.*) from the file type menu. If you know the file format of the comments you want to import, choose it.

Step 3 : Double-click the name of the document with the comments.

The comment positioning matches that of the file from which they were imported. If comments appear out of place, the source and recipient PDF documents are likely to be different. For example, if you import comments from a ten-page document to a two-page document, only comments from the first two pages appear.

For Export

Step 1 : From the options menu  in the comments list, choose Export All To Data File.

step 2 : Name the file and choose Acrobat FDF Files (*.fdf) or Acrobat XFDF Files (*.xfdf) for the file type.

Step 3 : Specify a location for the file, and then click Save.

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it was so helpful dear user...

you really did me a favor.

best regards...

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welcome.

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it was so helpful dear user...

you really did me a favor.

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