Adobe® Acrobat® XI lets Windows® users bring edits made on a PDF into the original Microsoft Word document. So you don't have to tab between applications to update your file.
"With electronic reviews using Acrobat Pro and PDF, we can significantly increase accuracy because we are not deciphering handwritten comments — that’s vital in this highly regulated industry."
— Taegan Grice, interactive designer, Palio
With Acrobat XI, you don't have to go back to the marked-up PDF on a comment-by-comment basis. Instead, bring all the comments over at once to update your Word doc faster.
In Acrobat XI, you can choose to export all comments, comments with check marks, or text edits only. You can also apply custom filters for even more control.
Once comments have been brought into Word, an Acrobat dialog box can walk you through the changes, one at a time, helping you reduce the chance of overlooking an edit.
It’s equally easy to bring comments from a Word doc into a PDF file. Comments will appear as sticky notes in the PDF that you can move, edit, and reply to during shared document reviews.
How to export comments made on a PDF into the original Word file in Windows:
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