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How to use Adobe Reader for proofreading

 
 
Reply Wed 10 Apr, 2013 07:53 pm
I have Adobe Reader 10.1.4 but I cannot figure out how to use it in order to proofread an article. When I worked with a publishing company, they gave me a password to use it. But what do I do as a freelancer? I know I have used its proofreading marks before but I can't get into it now. How does one use Adobe Reader for proofreading? I might also add that I have a MacBook Pro new laptop, not a PC.
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Ticomaya
 
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Reply Wed 10 Apr, 2013 07:59 pm
@cthoppe10,
I don't know. Are you sure you didn't have Adobe Acrobat (not Reader) before?
Ragman
 
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Reply Wed 10 Apr, 2013 08:18 pm
@Ticomaya,
Exactly...Reader has a different functionality than does Acrobat. With Acrobat you could edit...but not so with Reader. That's the way I understand the product.
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Thesis
 
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Reply Sun 3 Aug, 2014 01:14 pm
@cthoppe10,
Hi,
try using Foxit Editor, it is compatible with Adobe and it is free. i used to perform many proofreading tasks with it without any problems. Good luck
Ticomaya
 
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Reply Sun 3 Aug, 2014 05:36 pm
@Thesis,
The Foxit Editor appears to be "free to try", but includes a watermark on the end product unless you purchase the software.
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proofreadmyfile
 
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Reply Mon 27 Apr, 2015 11:25 pm
@cthoppe10,
Hi cthoppe10,
You should use Adobe Acrobat instead of Adobe Reader.
Ragman
 
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Reply Fri 1 May, 2015 10:24 pm
@proofreadmyfile,
Pls be aware of the datestamp..as you're replying to a 2-yr old inactive thread. The OP is no longer active on this site. Furthermore the answer has been provided.
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