Acrobat DC Highlighter Shape

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Feb 25, 2021 Feb 25, 2021

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I edit research documents daily and it often involves highlighting errors or unclear information.  I like using the highlighter in Acrobat DC because I can designate colors to mean different things.  The highlighter shape (with bubble-like endings) has become a problem when I need the highlighter to stop at a very specific point and go no further.  Is there a way to change to ends of the highlighter so it's not rounded (SEE JPG), but rectanular like in MSWord?  I've dabbled around, but I can't see a way to change the chisel, so to speak.  Thanks in advance for any practical advice you can offer.

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No, it can't be changed. Use the Square tool if you want better control over how the highlighted area looks.

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