I am new to editing documents. I have a pdf which has Helvetica Neue Roman (True type) fonts, and I have Helvetica Neue LT Pro Roman (Open type) in my PC (Windows). Is there any way to edit that PDF using LT Pro fonts?
What does 55 means in Helvetica Neue 55 Roman?
When I view the properties on any PDF, in the fonts list why it shows Helvetica Neue Roman and not Helvetica Neue 55 Roman?
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But to answer your question, the fonts are different. Your ability to edit text in PDF via Acrobat depends on whether the original font that was embedded has the "editability" option or whether it is embedded only for "preview and print." If the latter the answer is definitely no. The question then is whether Helvetica Neue LT Pro font also is set for editability embedding. If it isn't (as I believe the case is), you cannot edit in Acrobat.
You would be best off to edit the original document in its native application.
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