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How to edit a pdf adobe document

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by youngd, Sep 8, 2011.

  1. youngd

    youngd Junior Member

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    Hey can somebody help me edit a pdf files from adobe. I need to edit some of the text on the book and I dont know how. Please if anybody know how to do this can ou give me advice. Is there another program I need to do this with?
     
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    zero-day Regular Member

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    adenly69 Newbie

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    I am afraid you cannot edit a pdf file directly with Acrobat
     
  4. Ibeefaaa

    Ibeefaaa Regular Member

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    Use Foxit PDF Editor.
     
  5. Salvager

    Salvager Newbie

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    Hey.

    First Post here hehe :)

    You can convert the PDF to an editable Word Document by using a software called: Nitro PDF

    Not sure if im allowed to use links, but just google it.
    I use it myself and its very easy to use.

    If the PDF is Password Protected, Use the Software called: PDF Password Remover

    after you used that, all passwords are removed and you will be able to edit it.

    When you have Edited the Document in Word, just save it as a PDF file and your Done.

    Good Luck :)
     
  6. Four Seasons

    Four Seasons Regular Member

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    Convert the PDF first to .doc file, then you can edit it then save it as PDF again (if you're using MS WORD 2007 or higher). Just search for free PDF to DOC converter, I once used zamzar to convert a .pdf file to .doc file.
     
  7. Buschtrommel

    Buschtrommel Newbie

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    U need Adobe Acrobat Pro version ;)
     
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    bewithme465 Regular Member

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    see you can use adobe life cycle to edit pdf but requires skills to understand so go ahead bro
     
  9. TheCommander

    TheCommander Registered Member

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    I would suggest using Nitro PDF. Not only will you be able to edit PDF documents, but you will also be able to sign and lock documents, among a number of additional features. Search around the forum, you may find it available right here :)
     
  10. Hi-tech

    Hi-tech Newbie

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    Nitro PDF was a pos when I used it. You can try to edit the PDF file with Adobe Acrobat Pro. That's what I'm using now. Once in a while I would get a document where I can't edit it. But most of the time, it works beautifully.
     
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    sk8tavou Senior Member

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    scribd website

    go here upload your pdf and instantly download it as a word file and make your changes :) tha same for word to pdf :)
     
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    search on google but i ahve used foxit in the past for this kind of job. It gets the job done.
     
  13. davids355

    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Acrobat pro is the best no question. Still won't work with all PDFs (depends how they were made). But works with most. You can edit direct, but you can convert to word.

    If the pdf's entirely image then you might have to import into photoshop or illustrator.