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Topic: Moving text around in Adobe Acrobat?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 160519
From: alexeci
Date: 6/5/2007 08:34 PM

Hello! I'm a new user, I am trying to OCR a document from a scan into Adobe PDF. The main body of the text is positioned properly when I export the text from the OCR program (ABBYY Pro 8), but the page number is off to the left by about 1/3 inch.

The problem is that the document has a background image so the page number has its own background too. Since the page number is not where it should be, its placement does not match with that of the background image.

Can I move this text in Adobe Acrobat Pro 8? How? Or is there another program I should use?

Thanks in advance for the help.


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