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Touching-up text in Acrobat

October 18, 2007

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Let's set the scene: after you've created your PDF, added any bookmarks, links, JavaScript or other interactive content, you quickly check through your PDF document before sending it off or posting it to a web site. Unfortunately, you find that you've misspelled the name of an important client! Luckily, Adobe Acrobat's TouchUp Text Tool can save you from having to regenerate the entire document.

Here's how to use it:

  1. Open your document in Adobe Acrobat.
  2. Choose Acrobat > Tools > Advanced Editing > TouchUp-Text Tool.
  3. Click on the text you need to update.
  4. Make the desired changes.
  5. Save the PDF document.

You're done! Simple, huh?

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