Hi Juan M, Feel free to post your editing suggestion here: https://name=wishform When I use Ctrl 0 it fits to the page. Thanks, Lori Hello Lori, Well yes, I’ve tried the Add Text command but I would have to position manually each text in each page, which for the job I’m doing is not an option.As the video shows- create a text boxes using the “Add Text” tool.Editing text in this newly created box will be easy then. They enlightened me, Mike Hi Gary Cosel, In Forms Edit mode, open the Fields pane and select all your Text Fields.
Not certain if the edit text was answered, but I have noticed when I am adding text, or editing, I usually press the escape button and that will take me out of the mode.In this tutorial, learn how to edit PDF files using the new intuitive point-and-click functionality in Acrobat XI.The new PDF editing features make it easy to edit a PDF file when you don't have the original files.I really hope Acrobat will recover that simple task, and many others (e.g. Effectively I’ve been using the Update Header/Footer, but unfortunately there’s no way to apply to the current page without specifying a Page range (from 10 to 10), and I there’s one part of the header I have to change in each page, so having to set a range for each page is quite time consuming.shortcut customization, or Ctrl 0 to fit one full page in window instead of zooming-in)... I have even considered scripting the Header/Footer command, but apparently it can only be done with Page Watermark OCG’s, and it would be even more harder to set it differently for each page. I think this is occurring because the Header/Footer command using Optional Content Groups (OCGs) and not just regular text.