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A Brief Overview of Adobe Acrobat’s Spell-Check Tool

by Erin Wright on October 23, 2014

Adobe has noticeably improved the editing tools in the most recent versions of Acrobat Pro and Acrobat Standard. The tools feel more fluid and integrated into the user interface than they did in previous versions; and while they aren’t as intuitive as Microsoft Word’s Track Changes, Acrobat’s text comments, highlight comments, and sticky notes (shown below) actually provide quite a bit more flexibility than Word does.

Plus, Adobe’s subscription-based pricing options have significantly lowered the threshold for accessing the company’s professional programs individually or as a software suite. However, before you wave goodbye to Word, note that Acrobat’s spell-check tool is still quite limited because Adobe assumes that the majority of text-heavy PDF files were originally written and edited in another program. Continue Reading

Acrobat Comment Examples