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Way to check if edits, highlights, notes are on PDF before I share with someone?

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Oct 14, 2020

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I am about to produce a 500 page PDFs to someone.  I previously highlighted some pages in the PDF, and entered text/notes on other pages.   I do not want the other person to see my highlights, notes, etc...I *think* that I have manually removed all of my markings, comments, highlighting, etc, but I am not positive. Is there a way that I can verify if there are any edits, highlights, etc to a PDF without having to manually look at every page with my eyes? 

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Way to check if edits, highlights, notes are on PDF before I share with someone?

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I am about to produce a 500 page PDFs to someone.  I previously highlighted some pages in the PDF, and entered text/notes on other pages.   I do not want the other person to see my highlights, notes, etc...I *think* that I have manually removed all of my markings, comments, highlighting, etc, but I am not positive. Is there a way that I can verify if there are any edits, highlights, etc to a PDF without having to manually look at every page with my eyes? 

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Oct 15, 2020

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Yes, you can look in the Comments pane to be sure there are no comments listed there.

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Adobe Employee ,
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Hey Pauls!

 

Thank you for reaching out.

 

As Document Geek has mentioned above, you can check the Comments pane. 

In the application, open the PDF and go to Tools > Comment. If there will be any annotations in the PDF, it will show on the Comments pane at right.

 

Let us know if you have any questions.

 

Thanks,

Meenakshi

 

 

 

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