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Old 12-28-2012, 09:15 PM   #1
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Highlight/Annotation compatibility Kobo/Calibre/Adobe Acrobat Pro

Hey folks, I will be doing a lot of traveling over the next few days, and due to time constraints, I need to do some work-related reading (with highlighting/annotating) on the train. I'm already aware that highlighting on the Glo/Touch is a major pain, but I have little choice, since my laptop's battery will not last long enough.

As far as compatibility is concerned, what options do I have (using Calibre or other program) in terms of viewing the highlights that I've already made on Adobe Acrobat Pro on my Glo and/or viewing viewing on Acrobat Pro the highlights I make on the glo? Does either/both work with pdfs? Does that change if I convert (using Calibre or other program) the pdf into epub? I don't have high hopes, but would like to know for sure.

I apologize if this has been covered and for not doing the experiment myself, but I'm really on a tight schedule here

Thanks in advance.
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