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I have made a text box and typed in it... It's big and red. Now I can't change anything in the text box. The Tools: 'add/edit text box' does nothing but bring up the typewriter tool. This does nothing to change the writing in the text box. So how do I actually edit the text in the text box?
Ashley Hall 561 days ago
If you are using Acrobat XI you should go to the tools panel and in content editing choose Edit text & Images tool, then just select the text you want to edit and in the right hand side you will be the dropdown menu with the fonts avalible.In acrobat X you with the edit document tool, right click and properties, there you can change the font.Note: if the fonts are embeded in the PDF document you will have to edit the content in Illustrator and then replace it in acrobat.
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