Thanks for the post. If you wish to edit a scanned PDF, you will absolutely need to use the Editor. See the steps below to get this working properly. Please note that this will only work well on pages without images not recognized by the OCR.
The way OCR works, is to place an invisible text layer on top of the existing image layer. Because this document is scanned, and actually has no text, you will need to OCR the document, then remove the underlying image. First, please go to Documents--> OCR pages
Choose All pages (or your preferred preference) When you are satisfied, click OK.
Once the document is OCR'd, you can edit the document, though it is a bit arduous. First, you will need to turn the invisible text placed by the OCR into visible text, then remove the underlying picture. You will then be able to Edit the text.
Change the text color by selecting the parent in the content pane (View-->Other Panes-->Content),
then changing the values through the properties pane (View-->Other panes-->Properties pane)
and remove the underlying picture through the contents pane (View-->Other Panes-->Content). Select the Image, then use the Delete key to remove it:
Now you are left with a document that contains only text objects.
I hope this helps!
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