Print marked up compared pages / Automatically compare pages using labels
Compare Files shows a very nice, side-by-side, comparison with markups showing where the changes are at. I would like to print exactly what I'm seeing there (page content and markups) but when I try to print it wants to print a summary page as page 1, and/or, a very busy looking page with labels on the side pointing to changes within the page. I could print the screen, but that's not ideal.
Also, it would be nice to automatically compare pages by page label. For example, I have a 200 page document, and somebody provides me with an 8 page document holding revised pages, but they haven't specified exactly what has changed. One could quickly compare just the relevant pages by using the page label information to identify what should be compared. The way it is now you have to select one page of one document to compare to a selected page of the other document, and it is based on the sequence number, not the page label.
It would really be helpful if you could add this feature in the update - printing the old and new file side by side. This would make our work life so much easier.
Ryan Mitchell commented
Hi Anonymous. This might be helpful.
This was posted to YouTube in March 2017
We have noted down your feature request and will evaluate this requirement for a future release.
Adobe Acrobat DC Team.
AdminCharu Karwa (Admin, Adobe) commented
Thanks for your feedback.
When you print a compare report, it will print a new file with changes that were found listed in right side. Printing side by side view of old and new file with markups is not possible in current solution.
Also, about comparing by picking page labels automatically is also not supported in current solution, you are taking the right approach of selecting the pages you wish to compare manually in settings dialog.
I will raise both your feature requests with management.
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