Type on PDF Files Using Adobe Acrobat
PDF files are popular nowadays. We have to deal with PDF files every day. Usually a free Adobe Reader is enough for those who just need to read or print PDF files. However, have you ever been frustrated when you want to type on a PDF file? Do not worry, here are some tips.
1． Purchase Adobe Acrobat 9 Standard ($299) and install it.
2． Open the PDF files in Acrobat, and turn on the Advanced Editing toolbar under the Tools menu at the top.
3． Click on the TouchUp Text tool, and then you can edit text in the PDF.
Another Affordable Solution
Adobe Acrobat is out of your budget? There is an affordable solution to type on PDF files. You can convert the PDF to Word using AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter.
1． Download AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter and install it.
2． Launch the interface, it is user-friendly.
3． Click Add PDF Files on the top left (Or drag and drop the PDF files into the main panel). You can convert 200 PDF files at one time.
4． Choose the page range (e.g. 1, 3-5, 8) if you just want to convert certain pages.
5． Set the output folder
6． Start converting.
Compare the original PDF file and the Word document after conversion. All the text content, images and layouts can be retained after conversion. So you can type on Word document easily.
If the PDF file is protected by owner password, which prevents unauthorized readers from editing, copying and printing, you will find that TouchUp Text tool is disabled. In this case, you cannot type on a PDF file, or copy and print it out.
But sometimes you do have the legal rights and need to edit a PDF file, AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter also supports protected PDF conversion, the restrictions will be removed after conversion, so that you can edit, copy and print without any hassle.