How to Edit PDF Text in Adobe Acrobat
Does it happen to you that after you generated a report in PDF, you found an error on it and need to edit the text? Or you just wish to make the PDF more perfect by adding text? Generally speaking, PDF file is the final document that should not be edit any more. However, who will blame people who try everything to make things better. In this article, we're going to talk about how to edit PDF text in Adobe Acrobat.
Adobe Touchup Text Tool enables you to do a last-minute correction to PDF files. Here are details for editing text with Adobe Acrobat Touchup Text Tool.
- Insert text. Select the Touchup Text Tool and the line of text you need to change, and then choose Fit Text to Selection from the context menu. When you see the curser in the text line, type in the correct text. Here Cut, Copy and Paste commands are workable when double-click to select the text sections. So, you know the way to work more easily, huh? Nothing works more efficient than copy and paste.
- Correct Text. Select Touchup Text Tool and select the text you want to correct, one line a time. Type the correct text.
- Set font, size and color for text. Select a font in the Font Menu. Any font installed on your computer and embedded in the PDF document is selectable. In the color box choose the right color for your text. If you have not find a proper one in the pop-up menu, click More Colors to bring up the Custom Color dialogue box and select the one you like.
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