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Editing in Acrobat - Image file types

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Hi, I'm trying to edit a pdf directly in Acrobat to save time and I tried to add an image and it only seems to allow certain image file types. I'm disgusted! Is it really not possible to add an eps or pdf image to an existing pdf file?? That's crazy!

 

If anyone knows of a way to add a logo to a page (pdf or eps) directly in Acrobat, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks!!

 

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Open your logo as a PDF format in Acrobat. Choose the edit tool. Drag around the entire logo. Copy, and then go back to th document you want to add it to. Paste.

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Editing in Acrobat - Image file types

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Hi, I'm trying to edit a pdf directly in Acrobat to save time and I tried to add an image and it only seems to allow certain image file types. I'm disgusted! Is it really not possible to add an eps or pdf image to an existing pdf file?? That's crazy!

 

If anyone knows of a way to add a logo to a page (pdf or eps) directly in Acrobat, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks!!

 

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Open your logo as a PDF format in Acrobat. Choose the edit tool. Drag around the entire logo. Copy, and then go back to th document you want to add it to. Paste.

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Open your logo as a PDF format in Acrobat. Choose the edit tool. Drag around the entire logo. Copy, and then go back to th document you want to add it to. Paste.

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Thanks so much, that worked!!

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Hi David,

 

We are sorry for the trouble. As described you want to to add an eps or pdf image to an existing pdf file.

 

++ Adding to the correct suggestion by Document_Geek

 

As a workaround we can export the PDF image to Other format (JPEG) and then we can insert the JPEG image to the existing PDF file. Go to Tool > Edit PDF > Add Image.

 

For more information please take a look at the help page https://helpx.adobe.com/in/acrobat/using/edit-images-or-objects-pdf.html#place_an_image_or_object_in...

 

Let us know how it goes.

 

Regards

Amal

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