Question about Adobe Acrobat 6.0 Professional for PC
I have a document in pdf that I use over and over again. I only need to edit the text from time to time. Can someone give me easy step by step directions on how to do that?
I recommend infix PDF Editor, just open the PDF, click on the word you wanna edit, then you can edit the text within the text box, just like working in a word processor. Much cheaper and easier than Acrobat, even better.
If you need to edit some scanned PDFs, just click the Document->OCR Corrections->Start, OCR will start and then you can edit the content.
Posted on Aug 24, 2011
Is it possible that some text can be converted to images while exporting from indesign to PDF?
Posted on Dec 18, 2009
/* Style Definitions */
mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt;
font-family:"Times New Roman";}
register, upload and convert.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
I use a much more streamlined product called Infix that is a heck of alot cheaper and much better than other third party packages.
I work for a company where our brochure may need to be slightly changed for different european markets and have tried many third party pdf editors such as Nitro PDF
Although you can edit the text in all of these, the interface and method is auckard and unorganised.
When i came across Infix at a last dash before submitting to a design company to do it for us, i was blown away buy the ease of use and functionality
That goes to a video showing its ease of use and this is product's main page
I bought a 3 save licence straight away and have sought a full one now and i hope i can convince others^_^
P.s, no they did not hire me to write this:-)
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
With Acrobat 6 Professional -Select Tools > Advanced Editing > TouchUp Text Tool
Next, click on the text line where you want to do an edit.
Click-drag to select a string of characters and let your fingers walk the keyboard.
Or, just start where you've placed the cursor.
You'll find it somewhat awkward. PDF is not a word editing/processing
format. If desired edits are few and simple the TouchUp Text Tool
will suffice. If the desired edits are more than you really want to return
to the authoring application (word processor, whatever) to make the edits.
Then produce a new output PDF.
Note that the above presumes the PDF does not have security applied that prevents such edits.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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