Hello, Can anyone share with me the way to place a picture (.jpg) into a pdf file on acrobat reader dc ?
Inserting an image in a PDF is part of Editing which wont be possible using free Adobe Acrobat Reader DC. You will require Acrobat application Download Adobe Acrobat free trial | Acrobat Pro DC to achieve this goal Acrobat Help | Editing PDFs.
But Heaven's, now! By all means, don't tell us how to do it if we DO have Acrobat. That would just be crazy.
Using the Add Image tool (under Tools - Content Editing).
And you can drop the sarcastic tone. If you ask a question we'll answer it, but that was not the question asked above.
I don't know if this is still a problem, but I've come up with a simple solution.
Copy the image you want to paste to clipboard (right-click "copy image" on internet or use Microsoft "snipping tool" - "edit" - "copy")
Open the "comment" toolbar in Adobe Reader and select the "add stamp" tool. Select the last item titled "Paste Clipboard Image as Stamp Tool
This was done using Adobe Reader 2017
This worked for me thank you
It worked for me also. Thank you very much 🙂
Thank you so much. It worked.
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Amazing! Thanks very much!
This worked for me. Thank you so much!
Thank you! that was really helpful!
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This was very helpful. Thanks
Thank you...Worked great on my Mac... I opened the image in previewer then edit - copy and then was able to paste from the clipboard using free Adobe Reader DC
Great! Very helpful trick 🙂
This no longer works. Why am I not surprised.
2022 STILL not working.
Maybe Adobe moved to closedown this loophole. Acrobat Reader only exists to sell Acrobat.
You can do it if the creator of the file added an image field to it, or if you use a stamp, as described above. Otherwise, no, it can't be done, as Reader is not a PDF editor.
It worked for me in 2022. Use the sniping tool to take a get the screenshot of the image and copy the image from the sniping tool.
How sad that a multi-step workaround must be used for a simple function like Add Image. Worse yet, in January 2021, not even that workaround works.
This works in Acrobat Reader DC.