Adobe® Acrobat® XI has a new point-and-click interface. So you can make minor edits to PDF pages as easily as you do in other applications.
"From someone who has been editing PDF documents for years, thank you for giving me the ability in Acrobat XI to create text the way I’d expect to do it — intuitively."
— Chita Hunter, Acrobat user
No more searching to find the right tool for the job. With the new Edit Text & Images tool, all you have to do is click the text you want to edit, and the right tool appears in the editing panel.
With Acrobat XI, you can edit text as easily as you do in other popular applications. Now, just point and click to correct a typo, change a date or a font, or add new text.
Need to update text in an existing PDF paragraph? It's easy. Simply add or delete your text, or drag to resize the paragraph box. Then watch the paragraph automatically reflow to reflect your changes.
If you realize a word or name is misspelled throughout your document — or you need to update a phrase or date — you can search your entire PDF file and correct every instance in one simple step.
How to edit PDF files:
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