So, you have a PDF of a designed file that you want to edit. But, how to get it edited?
Part of the answer to that depends on what it is that you want to edit:
Go back to the designer or original files if you want to edit:
- The graphics, color palette, or photos in the document
- A PDF that's been locked for security purposes
- A significant amount of text
- The font that the text is in
- Tables or graphs
You can edit the text yourself if you have:
- The fonts that the text is in, installed on your computer
- Adobe Acrobat Professional Version
- The original document with the fonts not in an outlined format
- Only small changes (the text editing tool within Acrobat may only select a word or a few words at a time – changing long blocks of information would be tedious).
To make your changes:
1. Open your document in Acrobat Professional
2. Select Tools > Advanced > Touch Up Text Tools
3. Select the text you'd like to change
4. Make your edits
5. Save your file!