Re: Graphic question
Unfortunately I do not know of anyway to edit a pdf graphic. I have, however exported the graphic pdf into a tiff format, then converted that tiff into text using OmniPage Pro. It works good, but you lose any formatting. I reformat the text to match the original file, make whatever changes needed, then regenerate the pdf. Kind of the long way around, but it works.
From: Tammy VanBoening [mailto:Tammy -dot- VanBoening -at- netRegulus -dot- com]
I will admit it - I am weak in graphics. How on earth do I edit this Case Number? What tool do I use - What format do I open it in so that I can edit it and save it back as a .pdf or??? I don't want to have to scan the form again in some other form other than .pdf, edit the file and the rescan the edited form in a.pdf format. That means I would have to reset the field
functions for each and every field on this 32 page form and I have already wasted too much time on this effort as it is (/rant)
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