Enabling document rights!

Discussion in 'Computing and Networks' started by Eric007, Jul 8, 2012.

  1. Eric007

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    Aug 5, 2011
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    Hi All

    I'm doing some reading on a pdf file (with Adobe Reader 9.3.0) but I don't want to take notes but rather highlight some document parts. But there's a problem! It requires me to enable document rights. I did some google for this purpose but it did not really help!

    Anyone with a solution!? Or anyone knows a software that can open pdf file and allow 'highlighting' ?

    Thanks and enjoy your Sunday!
     
    Last edited: Jul 8, 2012
  2. Eric007

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    Hello! Anyone with a solution?
     
  3. spark8217

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    Have you tried nitro pro 7 , if i am not mistaken you can edit pdf with this software !!
    hope it helps.
    spark 8217
     
  4. atferrari

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    The few times I made any changes, including highlighting, to existing PDF files was with Adobe Acrobat.
     
  5. paul.1911

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    I checked on Adobe Reader x v10
    Goto View>Comments>Annotations
    This will open a side panel, now there is a button Highlight Text
    Now select the text and click on that. This'll highlight the text with yellow color. If u want to change it, goto its properties and change it with your favorite color :)

    Man what about your external HD? Have you got your data back?

    Man Adobe Reader is same Adobe Acrobat. New version name changed. Nothing else!
     
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