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Old 05-04-2021, 08:09 AM   #2
Andrew B.
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It has been ages since I worked on these kinds of things, and I have no idea what is available now, or even if my memory is correct. But one basic concept is that PDFs were not meant to be edited; they are final output. And so all the touchup tools are more like kludges. And so what one really needs is a tool that can load and edit postscript. Meaning, Adobe Illustrator. Perhaps you already have an Illustrator-like program and you could try using that.

Another angle is to get the parts back into Word, since it seems to be what you like using.

   
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