How to export PDF comments to Microsoft Word

Learn how to export PDF comments to Word for fast review and integration.

By September 7, 2012

 



In this tutorial, learn how to export PDF comments to Word for fast review and integration.
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How to export PDF comments to Microsoft Word

Patti SokolSeptember 7, 2012

You've converted a Word document to PDF and sent it for review. Your colleagues have submitted their comments. Do you have to manually apply those suggested edits to the original Word document? No! Acrobat XI can help. Here is a document that has comments on it. In my comment pane, I am going to go to the options menu, and select export to Word. I only want to export the comments that I have checked. And I am going to turn on track changes so that I can see where the changes take place in the Word document. The Word document opens up automatically and it even prompts me to integrate the text edits. Here is a suggestion to delete a word. I will go ahead and apply that deletion. And with a single click I will apply all remaining text edits. Because I had track changes on I can see where Acrobat made the changes for me in the Word document. With Acrobat XI you can quickly apply review changes to your Word documents without the hassle of doing it manually.


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1 comment

amiller

9, 2013-01-19 19, 2013

Do the reviewers have to have Acrobat XI Pro also or just reader?

Hi amiller,

The reviewers only need Reader XI to provide you with comments. Here is another tutorial on the subject that explains in more detail:
http://acrobatusers.com/tutorials/how-roundtrip-comments-between-acrobat-and-word

Thanks,
Lori

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