PDF files are easily shared across different platforms. File sizes are small, and file information remains intact without the need for conversion. Text normally can be edited using the standard free version of Adobe Acrobat Reader; advanced edits can be made with the upgraded version of Adobe Acrobat Professional. Editing images can be accomplished with Adobe Acrobat with applications such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator on hand. Otherwise, the use of third-party applications is required.
Things You'll Need
- Adobe Acrobat
- Adobe Photoshop
- Adobe Illustrator
- PDF Editor
- Nitro PDF Professional
Using Adobe Acrobat
Open "Touchup Preferences" of Adobe Acrobat.
Define which object and which editor to use. For example, choose Photoshop or Illustrator.
Select the "Touchup Object" tool.
Select an object, context-click it and select the "Edit" option and make desired changes.
Using Nitro PDF Professional
Go to the "Tools Group." Click the arrow beneath "Copy Text." Click "Edit Text & Images."
Double-click the image.
Click the images. Click the "Format" context tab in the ribbon.
Choose the type of image-editing task on the "Format" context tab.
Using PDF Editor
Download PDF Editor. Open the application.
Click "File" to open the document.
Click "Edit." Insert image and make desired edits.
Tips & Warnings
- Always save a copy of the original file before making edits.
- Read all instructions from the software to prevent any unwanted changes. Some software might have bugs that can ruin the file or not save changes to edits.