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Set a SharePoint folder as the comments repository when reviewing a PDF file

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How do I set a SharePoint folder as the comments repository when reviewing a PDF file?

In Adobe when I go under Edit -> Preferences -> Reviewing
the drop down under Online Comments Repository has the option Server Type with the values:
Custom
Network Folder
None
WebDav

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Question by:TylerDerden
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Karl Heinz Kremer earned 750 total points
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I'm not familiar enough with Sharepoint to give you a straight answer, but here is what I found: Sharepoint does support WebDAV, so you can select the WebDAV option. This page has some information about how to use WebDAV and SharePoint: http://www.tonytestasworld.com/post/2008/01/03/Howto-connect-to-Sharepoint-Document-Library-using-WebDAV.aspx


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