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Is that the font you are really using? It looks like a generic font. Well lets think it is. The problem I see is an aliasing problem. One option is that you double the resolution (or 4x) on the export to the jpg, then resample the images with a bicubic algorithm, and then save your pdf again. Probably it is a good idea to use PNG like John comented. But ...
The problem with saving the PDF file as rich text or plain text is that is strips out manual hyphens, replacing them instead with discretionary ones. This is huge problem. I have to convert dozens of 300-600 page books to be re-published for a client so after massive amounts of trail and error have come up with this method which is 95% perfect and far ...
I would recommend opening all of them in Photoshop on seperate layers. Select and mask the desired comments, and move up/down in the layers as needed, until they're on top of the original document and positioned correctly.
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