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How do I change font and style in Acrobat Pro Extended 9 text boxes?

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I can't find how to change font/style/color in Acrobat Pro Extended 9. I've tried selecting the text in a text box before opening the Propertis bar, but it's not activated. When I had Acrobat 8, the font/style/color were easy to find. I'm stumped.

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Linda
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Select your text box and bring up properties. Then go to the "Appearance" tab. There you can select your font size, color and type.
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Thanks. I'd swear I tried that last night and my Properties Bar only had grayed-out choices. Now it works just as you said here. I wish I had asked the question earlier in my project last night :-)

Linda
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