Changing old data on an image to new

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Apr 21, 2022 Apr 21, 2022

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I have an image for our marketing and the words are not what we want anymore. Within Adobe Illustrator, is there a way like when you use microsoft word, to be able to click the text box and then change the wording? I own the images, but had them made for us so I am not sure how to proceed. I do not want to pay every someone every single time I want to update the verbiage in the materials. Thank you in advance.  

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If you created the image with the type tool then yes you can edit the type. If you purchased the image do a Command Y to go into outline mode, if you see the type filled with black you can edit, if outlined then it is paths and not editable. Do a Command Y to go back to preview mode.

If the type is not editable you will need to recreate with the type tool.

 

If the type is editable you can double click with the pointer tool, and your tool will change to a bar for editing type.

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