PDF – Portable Document Format – is a type of digital file with which you can send and receive readable contents viewed with specific applications such as Adobe reader.
Here are five ways to edit a PDF using Adobe Acrobat other editing tools available to you today, on a Mac or Windows computer.
- Go to the pdf file, right click on it and choose the edit with adobe acrobat option
- When the file opens, you will see a drop list on the right hand side ‘content editing’, choose the option you want to edit such as add text, add image, add or edit link etc.
- After adding or editing, adjust the font size
- Then click on the save icon on the top bar
- Open a file in Acrobat.
- Click on the Edit PDF tool in the right pane.
- Click the text or image you wish to edit. Acrobat shows you the editing tools you’ll need.
- Add or edit text on the page. Lines and paragraphs reflow automatically, or you can click and drag to resize elements.
- Add, replace, move, or resize images on the page using selections from the Objects list.
- Click on the Link, Headers and Footers, Watermark, or Background tool to edit your PDF further.
- Launch the MS word software on your laptop
- Select the blank template
- Go to file > computer > browse. Then select the PDF file that you want to edit from the folder where it is saved
- A command saying “Word will convert your PDF to editable Word document” will appear. Select OK
- If it says “This document contains files that may refer to other files…” Click on OK
- The pdf will be converted to a Word document format which will enable you carry out the necessary editing
- After editing has been done, go to File > Save As > Browse. Then choose “Save as Type” as PDF then enter the name of the document and save it