The Portable Document Format (PDF) is an open standard that is used for document exchange. There are many advantages to using this file format, such as applying password protection in order to stop others from editing important documents and doing modifications like changing the colors of the text and font size. But in many cases, we have to edit the PDF documents for various purposes. Here in this article, we would like to share some tips on how to change text color in PDF documents, either on Mac or on Windows PCs.
Changing font color in PDF on Mac is very simple if you were using a word processing program - iSkysoft PDF Editor for Mac ( or iSkysoft PDF Editor for Windows version). Go to the home tab and click on the edit text tab. From here, you will enter the text editing mode. The text editing mode allows you to delete or add text to PDF document. And in the control panel, you will find radio buttons that will allow you to change the font, font size, and even customize colors to emphasize your text selection. In just a few clicks, you can change the text to any color you want. Try it out.
Change Text Color in PDF on Mac (OS X Yosemite)
Step 1 Open PDF file with the Mac PDF editor
If you have installed the PDF editor on your Mac, run the program. Then navigate to the folder with PDF files, directly drag and drop the PDF file to the main interface of the program, and the file will open automatically.
Step 2 Start to change text color in PDF
Find the "Tools" in the toolbar, and double-click the "Touchup Tool" to edit the text.
Select the text you want to change color, and right-click to select the "Properties".
Choose the color that you want to change for the text.