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Chapter TEN. Touching Up and Modifying a... > TIP 89: Round-trip Editing an Image

TIP 89: Round-trip Editing an Image

What if you have a terrific document and it is ready to send to a client when you realize you should have tweaked an image or added a text layer? Can you still make your deadline in time? You can if you are working in Acrobat, which supports round-trip editing! Round-trip editing lets you work from Acrobat, make changes to content in another program, and then integrate those changes automatically in the PDF document. You can use the TouchUp Object tool and use a designated source program, such as Photoshop, to make changes that are then returned to the PDF document—round-trip editing at its finest. You can even select several images and change them all at the same time. Follow these steps to change image content:

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Select the TouchUp Object tool and then select the image or images you want to edit.

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Right-click or Control-click and choose Edit Image. Photoshop opens, and displays the image or images.

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Make your changes. If you have added any layers, choose Layer > Flatten Image to flatten the layers.

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Choose File > Save. The image is saved, closed, and replaced in Acrobat (Figure 89).

Figure 89. The original image shown at the left has been edited from Acrobat. As seen in the right of the figure, the image has been scaled and recolored, and a text layer has been added.



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