Post # 1
Ladies, apparently I am a little PDF challenged (moreso than I thought!)
I have a good quality PDF of our invitation (border and text within the border) – can anyone help me to figure out how to take out the text in the middle – so I’m left with a good quality PDF of just the border? I have both Adobe Reader 7.0 and Adobe Professional 7.0 to work with. Can I “erase” the text? (Obviously, I’d rather not call my IT department for assistance with this! LOL)
I’ll be forever in your debt! 😉
Post # 3
You’ll have to do it in Adobe Pro, reader won’t edit. You should be able to use the select tool under the “Select & Zoom” tab. Then if you right click it ought to delete. I’m really not a pro at PDF either, so this may not work at all, but I’d give it a try!
Post # 4
I don’t think so because the point of a PDF is that it can’t be easily altered. I’ve never found a way to do it and I have Adobe Professional 9.0 (but I’m not an IT guru either).
You could save it as a .JPG and edit it in another program like photoshop though!
Post # 5
thanks guys, I will try both of these methods. I work with PDF a lot for work, but I never have to alter them or anything. I haden’t thought of turning it into a .JPG! I’ll try that too! thanks
Post # 7
You should be able to open the PDF with Photoshop, no need to turn it into a jpeg.
Post # 8
The best way to do this is in Illustrator or in Photoshop which will both open the .pdf as it is. If you save to a jpeg first you will decrease the file resolution.