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Subject:Re: Editing a PDF document From:David Knopf <david -at- KNOPF -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 23 Apr 1999 07:21:17 -0700
Mike -dot- Wilson -at- NLYNX -dot- COM asked:
| My co-workers are adamant that editing a PDF document is possible. To my
| knowledge, the only way to edit it would be to scan the document,
| and save it as
| a tiff or txt file, and edit it from there. I'm starting to
| doubt my sanity as
| I thought that was the purpose of PDF docs - they are not
| editable and are like
PDF files can be edited. In Acrobat Exchange, you can select a line of text
and edit it--not a whole paragraph, just a line. In addition, you can open a
PDF in Adobe Illustrator and edit to your heart's content.