I am sent a PDF online file of a 400 pages book to edit mistakes. I saved the file to my PC and opened with Adobe Acrobat Reader. Everything seemed fine. But when I opened Adobe Acrobat Pro DC to edit the file, each page is recognized separately (encircled with margins or something) and when I correct mistakes the text rearranges (either the broken sentence ends at the middle of the line or the sentence goes out of the margin and covers the page number etc.) I am not able nor allowed to edit the text and then arrange everything again because that is the editor and designer's job which has already been done. I just need to correct some minor errors in letters, grammar etc. But, if I do that everything would appear in a complete chaos. Is there any possibility to edit the text without disarranging its shape and design? Thanks in advance!
You would not normally edit the PDF text. An edited PDF is no real use to the designer/editor. What they really want, I suspect, is a marked up PDF, SHOWING corrections rather than doing them - in the same way you'd mark up a sheaf of paper.