A small section of a 28-page PDF has been updated with new image and given to you as a 3-page PDF. You have both PDFs open in Acrobat. Before you update the 28-page file with the new pages, you need to verify that the text is unchanged. What is the best way to do this?

Here is the answer of the question: A small section of a 28-page PDF has been updated with new image and given to you as a 3-page PDF. You have both PDFs open in Acrobat. Before you update the 28-page file with the new pages, you need to verify that the text is unchanged. What is the best way to do this?

  • From the 28-page PDF, extract and save the three pages as a new PDF. For each of the two three-page PDFs, choose File > Export to > Text (Plain).
  • Arrange the two PDFs in side-by-side windows in Acrobat. Scroll to the first page of the section in the larger PDF, and compare the visually, line by line.
  • Go to View > Compare Files and choose Text Only. Then, in Settings, edit the Compare Page Range field of the larger document so that it is the same three-page range. Then click Compare.
  • Select the original text in the 3-page section of the 28-page PDF and copy it to the clipboard. Then, paste it into the new 3-page PDF, replacing all of it text.

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