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How can I change pricing in an Adobe Acrobat pdf?

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I often receive great pdf documents that are generously passed around for promotion purposes of my business.  I have a team in US and one in Canada so the pricing needs to be changed.  Is there any way to do this?
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It depends upon how the PDF was created - if the text needing to be changed is actual fonts, and the complete font set was embedded, it can be quite easy with the right software. If it is a scanned image, it's not quite so easy.
Either way, at a minimum  you would probably need the full Adobe Acrobat or Illustrator program to do so.
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