First of all my apologies if this has been asked elsewhere but so far I have failed to find the solution.
I have both Acrobat Pro XI and Acrobat DC, each on two different PCs using Windows 8. Why does the Edit Text & Images function interpret the same PDF document differently when displaying the bounding boxes. In Pro XI it produces 7 bounding boxes around 7 decent sized text-only paragraphs. In DC the bounding boxes are reduced to just 3 each effectively covering larger chunks of the text in the document. The ability to quickly select 3 of the 7 bounding boxes so as to delete them entirely from my PDF appears not to be possible in DC, where instead I appear to have to select great swathes of text instead and delete accordingly.
I can't see where in preferences perhaps you can change the 'sensitivity' or 'threshold' to dividing up a PDF into smaller sized (but more numerous) bounding boxes. Is it possible to do make DC behave like Pro XI?
Any help would be much appreciated.
These boxes are the result of guess-work, pretty much. The algorithm behind
it probably changed between the versions, hence the different results.
There's nothing you can do about it.
I feared that would be the case. Thank you for taking the time to reply.