PDF, as such, does not have a âbuilt inâ OCR. The ability to OCR will be found in other software - such as Abbyy Fine Reader, which we use, daily. PDF is just a document format to hold the finished document in a way which will be read in the same way that it was saved. It used to be just for work going to the printers - so you knew that the final print would be the same as the proof. These days it has taken over from fax as probably being THE way to transmit printed and signed documents. See also Ocr Pdf (and others) of course However, it is now easy enough to find a programme which will allow you to edit a PDF so care must be taken to âlockâ the file.
If you really do oat want to do that, then your PDF Matt have the .PDF Matt do Matt not do any kind of alteration to it. For instance, you can remove the font (if you wish), and make the text bold or italic, or you can add an image to your document (or an image to the font). However, if you do oat want to include an image, you should not include an image with your text. For example, consider the following: The font name is Arial, not Courier. Do you put a graphic onto the font ? Or do you change it, to make it appear bold and with all the other cool things that a boldface does? If you change the font, it may be that the graphics won't appear. I know there is a program which will make it look like a bold face, but you can.