Take advantage of intuitive editing tools in Adobe® Acrobat® XI to make minor changes to graphics in your PDF file — with no need to track down the original file or image.
“Using Acrobat XI, our marketing team can easily edit and fine‐tune text, images, and rich‐media content directly within a PDF presentation whenever and wherever they are, saving valuable time and costs of reworking materials."
— Jim Confalone, founder, ProPoint Graphics
If you need to move, crop, resize, or replace a graphic object in your PDF file, it's as simple as pointing and clicking.
No more time-consuming tool searches. With the new Edit Text & Images tool, just click the image or object you want to edit. Acrobat XI automatically presents the best tools for the task.
When you need to make more sophisticated edits, click an image to open it in an external editor like Adobe Photoshop®. Once revised, the image is automatically updated in your PDF.
Whether you want to pop in a photo, insert an illustration, or include a bar chart for visual interest, it's quick and easy to add graphics to existing PDF files.
How to edit an image in a PDF file:
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