Any attempt to edit any portion of these three text pieces re-organizes the entire layout.Do we have any controls on joining (or breaking up) text areas?My short-term memory is not very good, and I can’t remember all of these steps without being able to refer to a written text during the process. I use Adobe Reader at work to revise scanned electrical schematics.IT “upgraded” the Pro versions several times and the learning process starts over each time. To the old Pro 9 users…Do not try to create a text box with ‘Text Box’ tool, because you can’t edit the text appearance afterwards (like you could on older versions.
I guess that’s some functionality that is to come (though it was possible in past versions).Thanks, Lori I converted one of my treatment forms into a pdf document file. Thanks, Defensetax Hi Melissa, For future reference if you use the steps mentioned in this tutorial, you’ll be able to edit a PDF file that originated as a scanned image.Then I made it into a template and created text fields to type into. At this point, since the information is an image and not real text you can use the Edit Using dropdown in the Content Editing panel to launch an external program (if you have one installed on your system like Photoshop or MS Paint) to make your changes there.Every time I try to do this, it converts it to ‘AE’ and I cannot figure out how to get the symbol inserted properly. You might try seeing the moving the placement of the text in the Content Navigation pane changes this behavior.Thanks, Lori Attempting to edit flattened PDFs - specifically a text area where Acrobat combined a pre-filled name value, line with text beneath.