## LaTeX forum ⇒ Graphics, Figures & Tables ⇒ graphicx | Adobe Markups don't appear in included Files

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hcaswell
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### graphicx | Adobe Markups don't appear in included Files

I have a number of PDF files to which I have added highlighting, or lines, or arrows, using the Adobe Acrobat comment and markup tools. The markups show fine on the screen in Acrobat, or in Mac OSX Preview, but when I use `\includegraphics` to put the files into my LaTeX document, the markups do not appear. The PDF file itself appears just fine; it is only the markups that are missing.

Anyone know how to get `\includegraphics` to put this portion of the PDF file into the document?

(using TexShop 3.11, with PDFLaTeX, under Mac OSX 10.7)

Thanks.
Hal

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rwh513
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Joined: Mon Feb 02, 2015 10:34 pm
From the pdf file, print to "Adobe PDF". Under "Comments and Forms" select "Document and Markups". Then, under "Page Handling", select "Auto-Rotate and Center" and "Choose paper source by PDF page size". Then "print". On the resulting file, you need to do some rotating and cropping, but it will work, i.e., the \includegraphics will now show the markups (because now it doesn't know they are markups). A little painful... I would love to know if there was an \includegraphics option that did this in one step, but I don't see any.