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Editing pages

Take a few moments and page through Aesop's Fables. Go to the first page of the document and notice that the book has no title page. We've created a separate title page for you by scanning a printed image into a computer and saving the image as a TIFF file.

Converting image files to PDF

You can import BMP, GIF, JPEG, PCX, PICT (Mac OS only), PNG, or TIFF image files into Acrobat. If you have a digital camera with a TWAIN scanner driver connected to your computer, you can also import a JPEG image from the camera into Acrobat. An imported image is automatically converted to the PDF Image Only format. The maximum image size you can import is 45inches by 45 inches.

In the PDF Image Only format, images and text are bitmaps, and therefore text cannot be edited. If your converted image has text, you may want to "capture" the image to change the bitmap text to regular PDF text that can be edited and searched in Acrobat.

An imported image can be in a new PDF file or appended to an existing file.

–From the online Adobe Acrobat User Guide, Chapter 2



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