Issue on pasting an image onto a pdf file in MacBook Air 2020

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Feb 06, 2021

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Hi, I was able to install Adobe Reader DC for Mac in my MacBook Air 2020 (M1 Chip). The installer I downloaded and installed is for MacOS 10.x-11 for Intel processor since there's no option yet for M1 Chip.  But when I tried to copy&paste an image into my pdf file, the image is cut out, showing only a portion of the entire image that I wanted to display in the pdf. I tried to look for solutions online but to no avail. Thanks in advance for your assistance.

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Hi, thank you for the reminder. I will take note of that in my future posts. By the way, is the feature that you've shared available in free version of adobe acrobat reader? I am using only the free version and not the Pro version.

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Thank you, I will take note of your reminder. Is there an edit function where I can edit my previous post? I was clicking the "More" link hoping that it contains more options, but it doesn't seem to be working on my end. 

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