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How to Highlight Text in a PDF Document: 12 Steps (with Pictures)
However, this toolbar is context sensitive. The Properties Bar will offer different options depending on what is selected in your Acrobat document.
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Step 8:In the pop up menu that appears, select Properties and from the window that appears select the preferred color in the Appearance tab
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I should have clarified that I have followed all troubleshooting steps I've found in this thread and others and have had no success in resolving this problem, not even temporarily.
In Acrobat 9, yes. In Acrobat X or XI, no. If you mainly use the TypeWriter (now called the Add Text Tool) to add text to a document permanently, I suggest you use the new Content editing tools.
To highlight text on a scanned page, you would need to OCR the document. For outlined text, you would need to save the document content as . high resolution TIFF images and then import these images again to convert a PDF document again, and then OCR the document.
You can add a highlight with a note or you can cross out text or underline text by selecting the text using the Select tool, right-clicking, and then choosing that option from the menu that appears. However, if you’re marking up a lot of text, the specialized tools are faster and easier to use.
I’ve tried several times to dock my properties bar and I have followed the insetructions you provided, however, it will not Dock the way it should. I’ve docked tool bars in other programs the same way you describe, but Acrobat will not allow me to dock the properties bar. Is there a setting to allow docking that my be unchecked?
It is also possible to use the Highlight Area tool instead of the Highlight Text tool, available under the Text Markup tools from the toolbar:
If you want to apply more than one comment using the Strikeout Text tool or the Underline Text tool, choose Keep Tool Selected from the Options menu after you select the tool. The Highlight Text tool stays selected after you make the first comment.
Documents created via scanner are generally only an image of the page and will not contain any text information unless it was processed with an OCR function to recognize and reconstruct the text in the image.