Tag Archives: PDF editing

How to edit text and images in a PDF

Let’s say you run a juice company and you need to change some details on the label that sits on the top of a bottle of juice. The original label was created by a design company using Adobe Illustrator so ...

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How to edit a PDF document: editing text in Foxit PhantomPDF

We all know that PDF is designed to create content that preserves look and feel on any platform but is unchangeable. Yet there are times you need to be able to edit text, like changing a headline, deleting a sentence ...

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How to modify a PDF document: adding images in Foxit Reader

PDF is designed to render content inalterable, preserving its look and feel across platforms and for posterity. But what if you need to add, move or delete an image? This article will provide you the details to so easily. Adding ...

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How to split PDFs into multiple pages

When you get a PDF document in which two or more pages have been scanned into a single page—like when someone scans in printed tomes such as annual reports or a spread of two facing pages from a book—and you ...

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Edit PDF Files on a Mac with PhantomPDF Mac

For many Mac users, viewing and editing PDFs on a Mac means going to Apple’s built-in Preview application. After all, it’s typically the default on a Mac, set to open the moment you double-click a PDF file. But there are ...

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