Adobe Acrobat Reader is a PDF reader that do not allow users to ‘write’ content in the PDF files by files. Adobe invented the PDF to solve the problem that affected a lot of people for years – that s – how to view and print documents without using the original fonts for software.
The company also launched the Acrobat software that packaged documents into some special PDF files. Adobe then launched the Acrobat Reader which also known as Adobe Reader DC. The application is free to download and use. You can use this application to read and print files.
In 2008 Adobe launched a PDF file format and since then, there has been an increase in of PDF-related software. Lots of these programs can save the documents in a PDF format, but only a few of them can edit directly.
How to edit PDF files
Open the file you want to edit in Adobe Acrobat
Tap on Edit PDF tool which is found in the right pane
Click on the image or text you want to edit. Adobe Acrobat will show you the tools you will need.
Then add or edit the test opened on the page. Paragraphs and lines reflow automatically. You can also click & drag to resize elements
Add, resize, move, or replace images on the page by using selection for Objects list
Tap on the Headers and Footers, Link, Background tool, or Watermark to edit your PDF file further.
How to convert PDF to Word using the Adobe Export PDF online service
This requires an active subscription to the Adobe Export PDF online service.
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