add text comment - right justify
when adding a simple text comment, there is no functionality of right justifying the text (or anything other than left justify for that matter). It would be great to be able to do that, much like one can if one uses a text box comment.
I am an accountant. Accountants like to have columns of numbers line up. If i have a document that I want to make some notes/comments that include columns of numbers, I have 3 options to do that:
1) Use a text box: start typing some text followed by a number....then I may have multiple lines like this. I want the numbers to all line up on the right hand side. I can then select Right Justify within the text box and mission accomplished. Con: maybe I don't want my comments surrounding by the box.
2) Just use Add text comment: can type the same way as above. Pro: no box surrounding. Con: cannot right justify all of these line so that numbers all line up on the right.
3) Can just Add Text within Edit pdf. Pro: text lines can be right justified. Con: this text now becomes part of the document rather than it being a "markup" which can either be included or excluded from a print.
Frankly, I am surprised that Adobe doesn't have the ability to accomplish what I am proposing. I consider Adobe to be the gold standard of pdf editors, and I have used other pdf editors that have the functionality that I have outlined and am considering making a change to another product solely to achieve this functionality.
Thanks for your feedback. Can you please elaborate a bit on your workflow where this would be useful? Also, when you say, you can do it in a text box comment - please let us know the exact steps you followed.