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    Craig McRae supported this idea  · 
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    Craig McRae commented  ·

    I hope this helps everyone here. I whipped something up for a client of mine that was having the same issue. Some straightforward JS that you can pop in the console and run. The output is comma delimited CSV that is easily imported and reviewed in excel.

    This will not clean the comments and will not account for user errors. (example: filling out the username content with a comment).

    Annotation numbers only appear for the active page in the preview pane. You can run this separately for each page where there are many annotations, but you will either need to save the csv for each or manually modify the content of your CSV file.