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Note: You can only compare files that reside in the same folder in a project or library.

  1. In the Files list, click the name of the first multipage file that you want to compare.
    The Files list changes and lists all of the pages in the multipage file. The first page is selected by default.
  2. Click the specific page that you want to compare.
  3. Click Compare View  .
    The viewing area is split into three sections, and the selected page appears in both the left and middle sections.
  4. Click the file name at the top of the Files list to return to the list of files.
  5. Click the name of the second multipage file that you want to compare.
    The Files list changes to list all of the pages in the multipage file.
  6. Right-click (Ctrl+click on a Mac computer) the specific page that you want to compare and select Assign to Middle View.
    Smart Review compares the two images, generates a comparison image, and displays it in the right section.
  7. View the comparison image.
    Tip: If the images being compared are identical except for their page dimensions or positioning, you can use the Align Images feature to align a specific point on one image with a specific point on the other image.
  8. When you are finished comparing the two pages, click Single View  to return to viewing one file at a time.
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