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How heavily do you need to edit the text? For minor changes, I take screen snips of PDFs, paste them into MS Paint, zoom in, cut out the letter/word/image that I want to change, and type the desired new addition into that spot. For new text that's too large for the empty space, I open a second Paint workspace, paste the remainder of the text into that, and go about moving text, (usually a few words at a time) until I'm satisfied that the end of a line appears to be the natural break in text. Now I can paste the remaining lines in as one chunk. Finally, I zoom back out, make sure I can't tell the difference, copy and paste the image(s) into Word, change the text wrapping to "in front of text," arrange to fill the page, and save as a PDF. It sounds tedious, but I've found it to be much more efficient than reformatting text copy-and-pasted into Word. (written by an intern whose clueless bosses instruct her to make minor changes on beautifully done PDFs, e-mailing only the original PDF and a Word doc consisting of that dreaded 1-inch wide, mile-long strip of vertical text.)
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But that's not just some stupid intern. I'm an intern with a real job. With the proper guidance and experience, I can make a PDF work as well as a Word document. Now, I have made a few regrettable blunders before that's made for some pretty awesome pictures, but I haven't had to use any of them in some time. The key: If the changes are small, I can take screenshots, paste them into MS Paint, and edit the text as much as I want. If they're major, I'm not going to spend an hour on them, and I can probably edit them in the few minutes before I need to send the PDF off to someone for the printer. That's why I take handwritten text, and I always include the line numbers. All this is because my employer isn't really looking for me to.