This article describes moving text around a document. For assistance adding/modifying text, click here.
You will need to click on Edit in the top left corner to enter Edit Mode. Any editable text in a PDF document will be housed inside of text boxes around the document. You will be able to identify a text box by the blue border surrounding it:
Rather than actually moving text around your document, you will move the text box instead.
You can resize a text box by holding down the left mouse button on any of the circles around the perimeter of the text box and dragging your mouse. When you release the mouse button, the box will be resized.
You can change the location of the text box without resizing it by holding down the left mouse button when your cursor is on the perimeter, but not on one of the circles.
The Ruler and Grid options can be used to assist with alignment of your text. Click here to learn more about the Ruler feature. Click here to learn more about the Grid feature.
You are not able to drag a text box across multiple pages. This means if you want to move the text from one page to another you need to select all the text in the text box and copy/cut it. In order to select the text, first click on the text box until you see the cursor flashing. Then, hold down your left mouse button and select the text to copy. Right click on the selected text and choose copy/cut.
Once you have cut or copied the text, it will be stored temporarily. To create a new text box simply double click anywhere on the document while in Edit Mode. When you see the cursor flashing in the text box, you can right click and choose Paste.
Your text will now appear and you can format it to fit your document.