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How to change entirely font color of a PDF doc.
Posted: Mon Mar 11, 2019 6:55 am
How do we change entirely font color of a PDF doc. to be only one color uniformly?
I tried; property > fill color ..but only change font color of current page
Any sincere help will be sincerely appreciated
Re: How to change entirely font color of a PDF doc. SOLVED
Posted: Mon Mar 11, 2019 10:32 am
In order to change the font color on the text of all the pages, first you need to enter in Edit mode and then to use the Select All Text option:
Then go to the Format tab and change the color:
In case you need to work with images of 'text' embedded in a PDF
Posted: Tue Mar 12, 2019 4:03 am
A good answer has already been given to the original question.
However, for completeness it may be noted that if any 'text' in a PDF is actually stored as an image, then the above won't apply to it. Images of 'text' might be present for various reasons, including that:
- the document was produced from a scanner;
- the 'text' in question is highly stylised & artistic, as perhaps in a heading or title;
- the software used to create the PDF was lacking something.
In that case, it would be necessary to edit the relevant image(s)
Re: How to change entirely font color of a PDF doc.
Posted: Tue Mar 12, 2019 6:54 am
In case some text is stores as an image and needs to be modified, this can also be done with the Edit Image feature available from the context menu when you right click a selected image.
This will transfer the image to a third party image editor application and once you are finished with the desired changes and save the document, the Editor will replace the old image with the modified one.