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You can't just do it. Acrobat is not a document creation program.
You can either convert the picture to a PDF file and then append or insert that file in an existing PDF or you can use other program, such as an word processor to create a page in which you include the image and then convert to PDF and append or insert that page in an existing PDF

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  • A Soveral Jul 26, 2009

    You can't do it. Acrobat is not a document creation program.
    You can either convert the picture to a PDF file and then append or insert that file in an existing PDF or you can use other program, such as an word processor to create a page in which you include the image and then convert to PDF and append or insert that page in an existing PDF

  • A Soveral Jul 26, 2009

    You can't just do it. Acrobat is not a document creation program.
    You can either convert the picture to a PDF file and then append or insert that file in an existing PDF or you can use other program, such as an word processor to create a page in which you include the image and then convert to PDF and append or insert that page in an existing PDF

  • A Soveral Jul 26, 2009

    I am sorry for the repeated posts.

    I have just got and idea, that may be of use.

    You could create a stamp using the image you want to insert in the PDF. The you just stamp it in your document and resize and place it in your document wherever you want

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