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Adobe Reader won't print pdf Markup

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Adobe Reader won't print pdf Markup

I have a PDF from a customer that has some markup on it in the form of yellow boxes with a black outline and pointer lines from the boxes to sections of the document. There is also black text in the yellow filled markup boxes.

the problem is that only hte base doc prints. non of the markup. I am printing in color best quality and am not low on ink.

any ideas?

TIA
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Question by:MartiniMon
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forget it - just found it. If you are researching check file | print and select document and markup under comments and forms.
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