If you've ever wanted to tweak the appearance of text in your PDF documents, then this tip is for you. It's now possible to modify attributes such as font and size of text with Acrobat 6. In fact, it even works on both existing and inserted text! Author Donna Baker explains how.
Do you need to make minor textual updates to a PDF file? If you don't have the time or inclination to go back to the source file and regenerate the PDF from scratch, Author Donna Baker offers an alternative: text editing from within Acrobat.
Love that illustration, or want to quote a block of text from a PDF? With the growing number of "orphaned" PDF documents whose source files have either been lost or are unavailable, how do you get at that content? Author Donna Baker explains how to accomplish this right from within the familiar Acrobat interface.
Along with assigning page numbers to documents, you can add precise headers and footers to the pages. When adding them in Acrobat, you should avoid using source documents with visible headers and footers to prevent confusion. Donna Baker explores how it's done.
The default layout of the Pages pane displays a single column of small thumbnail pictures of the pages. When working with a very large document, you might want to make the thumbnails smaller and increase the number of thumbnail columns to see more at once. We explore the Pages pane.
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.