To edit a PDF file, open the PDF file in Adobe Acrobat. Select the Edit PDF tool present on the right pane of the window. Click on the text or image to be edited.
Adobe Acrobat then displays all the editing tools. Choose from the displayed editing tools to edit and configure the content in the PDF file. You can replace, highlight, insert, cross out and underline text, or you can add a note. Using the Edit Text and Images tool, you can change the contents of the text box. You can either delete text or add spacing to the text.
To add new text to the page, use the Add Text tool. The lines and paragraphs automatically reflow, or you can manually resize the text elements by clicking and dragging. Use the format option to alter the appearance of the text. You can change the font size, font color and text alignment and make other format changes to the text.
Using the options from the Objects list, you can replace, add, resize or move images. You can also change the headers and footers of the document using the options in the Headers and Footers tool. The other editing tools provided in Adobe Acrobat include the link editing option, the watermark editing option and the background editing option.