Adobe Acrobat Justify Tool into MS

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I've just installed an Adobe Acrobat Pro v 8.1 to my computer and I would like to know if it is possible to edit or justify text like in Microsoft  Word? I've searched about this topic on the internet and I already tried every options and solutions but it seems no one works out. Please do help me find the best way. Thank you.


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Adobe Acrobat Justify Tool into MS

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Press "Ctrl+E" to show the Text Box annotation. This allows you to use different fonts, font sizes, text color, justification, etc. It's known as the properties toolbar and can only be active when you interact with an element (e.g., form field, text box) that allows you to edit. When creating a new PDF from a blank page, Acrobat allows you to use it, but as you've found, when you save the document and reopen, it is no longer available. This is a special case and it will not work to change the text on a page with other documents.

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Adobe Acrobat Justify Tool into MS

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Hi there user,

After rolling over Adobe Acrobat Pro v 8.1, I think what you are trying to say is, you can edit or justify text, but when it comes to saving and printing, it doesn’t apply the changes. Right?

I researched them, and found such forums which tackle the same issue. Unfortunately, it’s still unsolved.

 But anyway, while experts are rolling to get its solution, what I can suggest is a temporary relief. A quite alternative way is to download the Adobe Illustrator, which you can use to edit content for your Adobe Acrobat Pro v 8.1.

Thanks for posting.

Best regards,

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