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By Train Simple March 26, 2015
In this tutorial, learn how to consolidate review comments into a central document using the summarize and export options using Acrobat DC. (3 minutes)
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Hi Rivkah Zuber,
If you put a checkbox on the comments that are completed, then you can filter to show only those with checkboxes. In the filtered list, it will tell how many results you have (i.e., 150 checked).
How can I see what number comment I am up to?
I am charging a client a set rate for up to 150 corrections and hourly for anything beyond that. So I need to see when I’ve reached comment number 150 (there are 891 :))
Hi Tapan Bose,
This sounds like a bug. I would suggest posting your issue here:
The scale ratio was set at 1mm : 0.1m and yes, I did use the ‘Export measurementmarkup to excel CSV command
Lori, Thanks for your response. I have set the scale at 1mm : .1m.
I do get the correct readings on the drawing screen, sometimes I do get the correct readings on the CSV Export when I do it from the menu.
What did you set as your scale ratio? Are you using the Export Measurement Markup to Excel CSV command from the context-sensitive menu?
I measure drawings from PDF where I have set the scale in mm to m.However when I Export the measure to a CSV file I get the lengths in mm and area in mm2 and not in m or m2. How do I set this correct. This happens inspite of the measures on the drawing showing the measures in mm and m.
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