Editing PDF Documents
PhantomPDF provides users the capability to edit documents. Editing differs from
comments/annotations since comments/annotations allow users to add to an existing PDF file.
Editing allows users to change to contents of the original PDF document. PhantomPDF support two
types of PDF editing
general editing and advanced editing.
PhantomPDF provides full-functioned PDF editing capabilities so users can edit PDF documents
quickly, easily, and effectively. Editing features include:
Editing objects tools to edit text, images, or other objects in PDF documents. With the
Touchup Text Tool, you can edit and add text objects and change their font, font size and
color. With the Touchup Objects Tool, you can edit selected objects, including moving,
resizing, deleting, rotating, and more.
Adding images and multimedia to PDF documents, because as we all know, pictures say
a thousand words. Multimedia includes sound, music and video clips
Adding headers and footers, watermarks, and background with text and images to make
your PDFs look even more professional. This also helps you to easily view, navigate
watermark and place marks on documents.
Adding Bates Numbers, which are used in the legal, medical, and business fields to place
identifying numbers and date/time-marks on images and documents. These numbers may be
solely numeric or may contain a combination of letters and numbers. It is a unique serial
number attached to every page of a document collected and is also a method of indexing
legal documents for easy identification and retrieval.
Redaction allows authors to remove sensitive information from document prior to distribution.
Once text or objects are redacted, they have been permanently deleted and can never be
Editing page transition in full screen mode provides a mechanism for users to determine
how they want the pages to be turned to be turned in full screen mode. This is similar to the
transition feature in Microsoft PowerPoint
Adding bookmarks which are navigational tools that make your PDF files easier to read.
They are most helpful in a document’s Table of Contents.