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How can ink Adobe Acrobat documents on my Tablet PC?

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I have Adobe Acrobat 8.0 (not 'Reader')  and a Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet PC X60. How can I use the ink function to write on Adobe documents? I don't want my handwriting converted to text, i just want my handwritten notes and signature to appear on the document.

I can do this in Word, Excel and many other applications, but Adobe seems to have this blocked out.

Windows Vista Business, PIII.
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Please delete this question. I have resubmitted it in different zones.
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Hi Jim

I have posted a response in your latest thread.

For this one, post a deletion request in CS http://www.experts-exchange.com/Community_Support/General/ or use the button on the Q panel to request deletion => see: http://www.experts-exchange.com/help.jsp#hi331

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Catainreiss, this is a terrific answer. You have just won the trifecta. I'm giving you credit for all three answers. I have spent hours trying to find something like this. It works great. I've changed my file associations to PDF Annotator from Adobe Acrobat. If I never have to use Adobe again, I'll give you another 1,500 points!
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Thanks Jim, glad this worked out, for reference from the other Q:

Have a look at PDF Annotator for Tablet PCs. Here is the page that hosts the user manual and download
http://www.ograhl.com/en/download.php?Product=pdfannotator

all the best
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Thanks Jim, glad it worked out.

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