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The Tedium of the Highlighter

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Dec 01, 2019

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Is there a short way to do this? I am frequently changing colors to mark several things in PDF. Unfortunately, the application on PC (windows 10), as opposed to the iPad version, makes it soooo tedious. It takes 5 operations to change one mere color! (1) Right click (2) Properties (3) Click to little color square (4) Pick a color (5) Click Apply.

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The Tedium of the Highlighter

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Is there a short way to do this? I am frequently changing colors to mark several things in PDF. Unfortunately, the application on PC (windows 10), as opposed to the iPad version, makes it soooo tedious. It takes 5 operations to change one mere color! (1) Right click (2) Properties (3) Click to little color square (4) Pick a color (5) Click Apply.

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Yes, it's possible to do it with a single click, but it requires using a script, like this (paid-for) one I've created: http://try67.blogspot.com/2015/03/acrobatreader-quickly-switch-between.html

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