If you are looking for information on how to edit images, objects, or scanned PDFs, click the appropriate link above. You can correct typos, change fonts and typeface size, adjust alignment, add superscripts or subscripts, and resize text or paragraphs. You can edit a PDF one page at a time. For more extensive editing or to make global formatting changes across the entire document, edit the original document.
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If you are looking for information on how to edit images, objects, or scanned PDFs, click the appropriate link above. You can correct typos, change fonts and typeface size, adjust alignment, add superscripts or subscripts, and resize text or paragraphs. You can edit a PDF one page at a time. For more extensive editing or to make global formatting changes across the entire document, edit the original document. Then edit, and re-create the PDF. Quick video tutorial Play the video to quickly learn how to edit text and images in your PDF files with Acrobat on the desktop or mobile devices.
Drag to define the width of the text block you want to add. For vertical text, right-click the text box, and choose Make Text Direction Vertical. The Add text tool intelligently detects the following text properties of text close to the point of click: Font name, size, and color Character, paragraph, and line spacing Horizontal scaling These text properties are automatically applied to the text that you add at the point of click.
You can change the text properties using the options under Format in the right pane. Type the text. To resize the text box, drag a selection handle. To move the text box, place the pointer over the line of the bounding box avoid the selection handles. When the cursor changes to Move pointer , drag the box to the new location.
To maintain alignment with the other list items, press Shift as you drag. Format text in a PDF Change font, size, line spacing, character spacing, horizontal scaling, stroke width, or color When you edit text, the text in the paragraph reflows within its text box to accommodate the changes.
Each text box is independent, and inserting text in one text block does not push down an adjacent text box or reflow to the next page. Outlines identify the text and images you can edit. Select the text you want to edit. Edit the text by doing one of the following: Type new text to replace the selected text, or press Delete to remove it. You can create new list items, convert an existing paragraph to a list item, convert an existing list item to a paragraph, and convert from one list type to another.
Select a font, font size, or other formatting options under Format in the right pane. You can also use the advanced format options, such as line spacing, character spacing, horizontal scaling, stroke width, and color. Formatting options in the right pane Note: For legal reasons, you must have purchased a font and have it installed on your system to revise text using that font. You can edit text only if the font used for that text is installed on your system.
Click outside the selection to deselect it and start over. Move, rotate, or resize a text box You can move or rotate text boxes on a page.
Edits are confined to the page. You cannot drag a text block to another page, or move or rotate individual characters or words within a text box. However, you can copy text boxes and paste them on another page. Resizing a text box causes the text to reflow within the new text box boundaries. It does not change the size of the text. As with other text edits, resizing is limited to the current page. Text does not flow to the next page.
Click the text box you want to move, rotate, or resize. A bounding box with selection handles surrounds the text box you clicked.
Do any of the following: Move Place the pointer over the line of the bounding box avoid the selection handles. When the cursor changes to Move pointer , drag the box to the desired location. Hold down the Shift key as you drag to constrain the movement vertically or horizontally. Rotate Place the pointer just outside a selection handle. When the cursor changes to the Rotation pointer , drag in the direction you want it to rotate. Resize Place the pointer over a selection handle.
When the cursor changes to the Resize pointer , drag the handle to resize the text block. Add or edit a numbered or bulleted list You can add items to a numbered or bulleted list, create new list items, convert an existing paragraph to a list item, convert an existing list item to a paragraph, and convert from one list type to another. Note: Acrobat detects paragraphs and lists separately. Therefore, both paragraph and list may appear in the same bounding box while editing.
After you save or save as the changed file and reopen it, the paragraph and list items are displayed in separate bounding boxes. Do the following: To add or remove items from a numbered or bulleted list: You can add or remove items to the list at all nested levels using the same familiar controls that you use in MS Office.
For example, press Enter at the end of a list item to insert a new row. Press Backspace to remove the new row and position the cursor back to the end of the previous list item. To create a numbered or bulleted list: Place the cursor in the document at the location where you want to add a new list. To convert an existing list item to a paragraph: Select all items in the list.
The appropriate list type is highlighted under Format in the right pane. Click the highlighted list type. To convert from one list type to another: Place the cursor in the list item or select all items in the list. Choose the appropriate list type bulleted or numbered under Format in the right pane. Formatting options in the right pane Note: You can also use Keyboard to add a list item. Highlight, strikethrough, or underline text If you want to mark up selected text with highlight, strikethrough, or underline, use the Comment tool.
Those mark ups only indicate where and how the text should be edited in the source file. For more information, see Highlight, strikethrough, or underline text. Add, edit, or move text on noninteractive forms or when signing Organizations sometimes provide PDF versions of their paper forms without interactive form fields called "flat forms". A flat form does not have interactive fields.
For instructions, see Fill and sign your PDF form. More like this.
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