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Summary of Comments: Hiding Author, Subject, etc.

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I have a PDF with comments (edits to an original word document), but when I summarize them with Comments | Print with Comments Summary, then Document and Comments with Connector Lines on Single Pages, each comment prints the Author and Subject. This is distracting. How do I hide that part of the comment?
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Hi

I don't think you can hide them. You can delete these from the comments properties, but this may not be an option.

hth
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