Acrobat XI – Editing Text in PDFs

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Occasionally, when you’re editing your PDFs, you’re going to run across a situation where you’ve made a lot of changes and enhancements and, when you’re nearing the final phase and you’re ready to send your document out for distribution, you’re going to find something like a small typo or a word change, or other text correction that needs to be made.

Or, maybe this happens to you all the time! So, what do we do?

Acrobat does have text editing capability, and with Acrobat XI, we have full text reflow capabilities that are more powerful than ever – so that you can perform these kinds of minor touchups without starting over.

In this video, I show how to edit existing text while maintaining text flow, and add new text into existing documents. Learn more from my full courses at Infiniteskills.com.

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