How to Change Text Color in PDF with Adobe Acrobat

Sometimes you got a PDF file from somewhere, and want to change text color in PDF but haven’t found a good way to do this. You know, PDF files can not be edited, so if you really need to edit your PDF files, such as change PDF font color, you can turn to a third-party program, such as Adobe Acrobat.

Adobe Acrobat is a popular and professional PDF tool on the market. With it, you can edit and manage your PDF files easily and smoothly. So editing font color in PDF is just a little thing for this program.

In the following, we would like to show you how to edit PDF font color with Adobe Acrobat in details with two simple steps, you can follow the instructions to edit text color in PDF with it easily.

Step 1. Open Adobe Reader. Click on “Edit” from the top menu, then click on “Preferences”. Choose “Accessibility” from the “Preferences” menu list on the left.

Step 2. Click “OK” at the bottom of the “Preferences” window, and the document will update with your chosen font color.

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Posted by Renesa Selden Follow @RenesaSelden

Author: Renesa Selden works as a webeditor, who is very proficient in PDF tips and tricks. She likes to write posts related to PDF. Hope these articles can be helpful for you.

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