I've got a floor map of the office in which I work in PDF format. It shows the cubicle and office boundaries and walls, and the initials of the people in them. I would like to export, if thats the right term, this document to a file format where I could change the occupants of the offices/cubicles when personnel changes. I may also need to change the configuration of the lines showing the walls and/or dividers. Someone recommended using TIFF format, but I don't have an application that allows me to edit TIFFs. How can I make my document editable? I've got a floor map of the office in which I work in PDF format. It shows the cubicle and office boundaries and walls, and the initials of the people in them. I would like to export, if thats the right term, this document to a file format where I could change the occupants of the offices/cubicles when personnel changes. I may also need to change the configuration of the lines showing the walls and/or dividers. Someone recommended using TIFF format, but I don't have an application that allows me to edit TIFFs. How can I make my document editable? use photoshop (or the reasonably priced photoshop elements) tip: avoid jpeg. save as tiff, open and annotate with MS office document imaging (a tool that comes with MS office pro). Assuming the PDF isn't secured, just open it in Adobe Illustrator. Everything that's a vector in the PDF (lines, text, etc) will be editable, though you may get warnings if there's a font in the PDF which you don't have installed on your computer. To rbogie: Can I just open the tiff file in photoshop and annotate (thus skipping the use of MS Document Imaging)? Thanks. Source.


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