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Topic: Image problems
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 70297
From: jayp
Date: 8/12/2002 10:01 AM

I have been given a pdf document and asked to replace the logo at the top of the page with another (they have a new one). I have no idea where to start, I have selected the image and chose edit which opens PhotoShop - but I seem to have the entire page loaded in PhotoShop with all transparent except the logo. Can I not just select the logo (from within Acrobat Writer 5.0) and choose delete then insert a new one? Or another way or? or? or? I guess I could recreate it in Word and then print to pdf but it is quite a complex document with swirly coloured stuff etc.
Many thanks in advance
Jay

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