When creating a PDF file from a document that contains multiple image, its size might increase to the point where is larger than delete text from pdf original document. PDF compression settings should be set to the highest compression value in novaPDF’s Printing Preferences. A common PDF size problem occurs when the printed document contains images that were inserted in large sizes and then reduced within the document itself. Make a copy of the original word document, and open the copy.
Double-click on the image, go to the Picture Tools tab and click on Format. A new window with compress options will be opened. In the Compress Pictures window, make sure that Delete cropped areas of pictures is selected. Now click on OK and this should considerably reduce the size of the PDF. By default Compress Content is selected, which will compress the text and graphics when converting to PDF so that the size of the PDF file will be smaller. Click on the first result to open novaPDF.
On the Getting Started window press the Profile Manager button. In Profile Manager, for the printing profile you’re using go to the Graphics tab. Click on Save to preserve the new profile settings and Close to return to the Getting Started window. Select the document you want converted and click on Create to print the document to novaPDF. While this will ensure a smaller PDF size, the quality of the images in the resulting PDF file will be lower, so it’s recommended to use this only when the PDF is used for distribution, reviewing purposes or to be put on the web, but not when sending a PDF for printing. By default novaPDF embeds the font subsets, to ensure that the recipient of the PDF will see the text with the same font as it was in the original document.
In Profile Manager, for the printing profile you’re using go to the Fonts tab. Adobe’s Portable Document Format, or PDF, is a format that is viewable by Adobe’s free Reader product and provides document sharing and portability. PDF documents are distributed as read-only files, making it a useful business option to retain the integrity of your data. You may, however, have a PDF document that you want to tweak or update without going back to the original file that created it. Open the PDF file to be edited using Adobe Acrobat. The cursor icon changes to a text insertion symbol. Click in the text block that contains the word you want to delete.
A boundary displays around the text. Click and drag to highlight the word to be deleted. Open the PDF that is to be edited. Click and drag to select the word you want to delete. Launch Infix and open the PDF document to be edited.