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Edit graphic objects in acrobat 10 Std

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Hi.  I just purchased acrobat 10 standard and was wondering if it's possible to delete a line on an existing PDF that was converted from a TIFF file.  For instance  <-----------  1/2" ---------->   I need the option to delete the arrow lines and can not select this object in Acrobat standard.  I'll attach an example pdf.  Is this maybe a function of pro version?

thanks 5EP-57-EditObjectQ.pdf
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see if instructions for section on image editing work for you:
                    http://www.prepressure.com/pdf/basics/editing
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So the answer is; it is a function of Acrobat Pro combined with a 3rd party graphics editor.

Document did not say that.  Downloaded pro trial and tested it myself.
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