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Edit text and images in PDFs

Learn how to edit PDF with Acrobat DC's Edit tool that lets you change or replace text and images.

By Lynda.com – March 25, 2015

 



In this tutorial, learn how to edit text and images in your PDF files with Acrobat DC on desktop and how to edit PDFs on mobile devices with an Acrobat Pro DC subscription. (5 minutes)


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5 comments

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Christine

11, 2016-03-03 03, 2016

Where is the mysterious “secondary” tool bar and how to you get to it?

Christine

11, 2016-03-03 03, 2016

I had Adobe Acrobat 9 and it worked great.  Now I have an upgrade to DC and it’s missing the redact tool.  That’s a basic function for editing and protection!  Is there a way to redact in DC?

prethi

10, 2016-02-26 26, 2016

i try to fill pdf fill but the file is change to I-beam type but cannot write , i open with adobe reader 9 and try to use acrobat but fill
help me how to can type.

Lori Kassuba

2, 2015-12-02 02, 2015

Hi Inyang Okon-Itrechio,

Try right-clicking on the image and using the Arrange command to send the image to the back.

Thanks,
Lori

Lori Kassuba

11, 2015-11-30 30, 2015

Hi Donna,

This chart explains all the differences between Acrobat DC and XI:
https://acrobat.adobe.com/us/en/pricing/pricing-compare-versions.html

Thanks,
Lori

Donna

8, 2015-11-25 25, 2015

How does Adobe DC differ from Adobe Acrobat XI?

Inyang Okon-Itrechio

12, 2015-11-18 18, 2015

How do I import a photo or even a scanned signature into an Adobe document?  In the case of a signature, how do I send the imported signature behind so the original Adobe text appears so that the imported signature does not obscure the original scanned text,

Lori Kassuba

1, 2015-09-29 29, 2015

Hi R Rajakarthik,

This is how your form was setup. You can only attach PDF files using the free Reader. Try using the Attach File command located in the Comments tool to add your JPEG file instead.

Thanks,
Lori

R Rajakarthik

10, 2015-09-27 27, 2015

Hi
  i am filling application form which is available in PDF form.
i have filled all the details , but during uploading my photo(JPEG format), i am unable to select the image file , only PDF file types are available after clicking browse button, kindly help on this.
regards
raja

Lori Kassuba

1, 2015-06-29 29, 2015

Hi Anna and Margaret,

You’ll need to create a fillable form field to get this type of formatting. This tutorial explains how to create fillable form fields:
https://acrobatusers.com/tutorials/use-the-form-wizard

Thanks,
Lori

Margaret Locken

3, 2015-06-23 23, 2015

I have the same problem and was hoping for an answer.  Apparently Adobe doesn’t have one.

Anna

12, 2015-06-22 22, 2015

Can I use formatting options such as setting up a fillable ssn, uppercase letters, or current date formats in Adobe DC? I am not seeing a format tab

Lori Kassuba

3, 2015-06-05 05, 2015

Hi stef,

Can you provide a URL to the file you’re having problems with? You can use Document Cloud to share the file.

Thanks,
Lori

stef

12, 2015-06-02 02, 2015

Trying to edit a form and Acrobat DC doesn’t just edit the text, it completely reformats certain features of the text. It will realign the text box, bold face the text, etc. How can I stop this?

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