Answers / Edit PDF
I'm using Acrobat Pro 9 and I want to insert an image into my pdf. I found instructions that I go to Comment & Markup>Stamps>Create Custom Stamp and it works fine as long as I use a *.png format picture. If I try to use a jpeg, jpg or gif file I get an error message that the input file is corrupted or one of a non-supported format.Funny thing is, I can take the same jpg file and change the file extension to .png and it works fine.Why doesn't Pro take a jpg file?Thanks,Mike
Mike Edwards 560 days ago
Hi.the best way in acrobat 9 to insert any image, and the jpg is to the touch up object tool (view - toolbars - advanced editing) select the tool and ctrl click on the page and choose insert image. You can the scale it position it move it crop it etc hope this helps?
Thanks for the response but I'm still getting errors. I followed your instructions but when I right click and select "place image" and select my image I get the following message "The input file is corrupt or is an unknown/unsupported format". Also as I'm trying to add the image I see a box that says "opening image file as pdf".
As soon as I select OK on the above error message box I get the following message: "The selected image could not be converted and placed into the document"
Any other suggestions?
Mike Edwards Commented 559 days ago | Report
Acrobat XI trial
Get the trial now
Hello. I was wondering how I could get the Acrobat PPD and how to install it for use with ...
Asked by Michael Henson · no replies
Getting error execMenuItem("FullScreen")
Asked by Jack Smith · 1 answer
folder level save as function not working in adobe reader
automatically create bookmarks from document headings with an action
Asked by Jeanie Worden · 1 answer
how do i set adobe as my default program that aytomatically opens all my pdf files and not...
Asked by Ronald Stephens · 3 answers
How to close or delete open but
Asked by James Dancey · no replies
Last 30 Days
The Acrobat User Community is where you can connect with Acrobat and Adobe Document Services peers and experts. If you use Acrobat, Reader, FormsCentral or EchoSign, you'll want to take advantage of the many free community resources like tutorials, tips, and Q&A to learn more about Acrobat and document services.