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Acrobat Reader superscipts in comments

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Nov 03, 2020

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I receive many reports in PDF format from students studying chemistry, on which I comment using Acrobat Reader. I frequently need to correct their typography, e.g. to show subscripts etc in my "sticky note" comments - such as Zn2+ [whose 2+ superscript has just been rejected and "corrected" by the community editing tools].

 

How do I input this directly into Acrobat? 

It is possible to create the subscript/subscript in Word then copy it across to the comment, but then I might as well ask the students to submit in Word to start with (but that causes other problems).

Thank you

 

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HI,

 

If you highlight the text you want to sub or superscript in the comment and right click you should see this option.

 

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Malcolm

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Acrobat Reader superscipts in comments

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I receive many reports in PDF format from students studying chemistry, on which I comment using Acrobat Reader. I frequently need to correct their typography, e.g. to show subscripts etc in my "sticky note" comments - such as Zn2+ [whose 2+ superscript has just been rejected and "corrected" by the community editing tools].

 

How do I input this directly into Acrobat? 

It is possible to create the subscript/subscript in Word then copy it across to the comment, but then I might as well ask the students to submit in Word to start with (but that causes other problems).

Thank you

 

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Correct answer by BarlaeDC | Adobe Community Professional

HI,

 

If you highlight the text you want to sub or superscript in the comment and right click you should see this option.

 

BarlaeDC_0-1604402696431.png

 

Regards

 

Malcolm

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HI,

 

If you highlight the text you want to sub or superscript in the comment and right click you should see this option.

 

BarlaeDC_0-1604402696431.png

 

Regards

 

Malcolm

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Thank you.  I didn't even know it was there, for so many years.

Solves a real problem.

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Test superscript 2: ²

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Seems to work fine...

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