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I have a pdf that has been annotated, and would like to print (or extract) just the annotations (it's a long pdf that's relatively sparsely annotated). Is this possible?

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You can try putting all annotations in one layer (Layer A) and the rest on the content in another layer (Layer B). Then you can set Layer A as visible while printing and Layer B as not visible.

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Annotations aren't part of the page's content, they float above. None the less, your suggestion would work. Put ALL the page content in a layer and hide it. – Mark Storer May 2 '11 at 18:18
    
@Mark Storer Yes, your are right, thanks for the clarification. – yms May 2 '11 at 19:01

You can extract your annotations into a text or a .doc file by using this simple online tool.

This tool extracts highlights and notes from your PDF-files. After you got your annotations exported into a text or a .doc file, print it using standard document printing feature available in your operating system.

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