Question about Adobe Photoshop CS for PC
If you want to edit a pdf and return to an edited PDF file, then you need either Acrobat Professional 7 or version 8 (current), or with an existing "full" version of Acrobat you might have, like version 4, 5 or 6, you can get a plug-in called Pitstop - good PDF editing software, what the professionals use, and the price tag represents that at about US$700.
Now, if the PDF is not too complicated you can select the text out of it and put that in Publisher or Word, and then open the PDF original in Photoshop where you will be able to extract (crop) the images and save them somewhere, to recompose the file in an application you have.
Generally, PDFs are made to not be edited, although they can be.
If you don't have a full version of Acrobat, you'll be up for a fair expense to buy it or a third party application that will do the job (look at www.pdfstore.com).
Other than spending money, your next bet is to pull the pdf apart and remake it in an application you have.
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