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13 minutes ago, Mark Bolam said:

I presume this is for increasing the bill when you've done a job for some old dear then realised she's got far more money than you initially thought when you quoted?

Or boshing the invoice in half when they pull out the folding?

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4 hours ago, Mark Bolam said:

I presume this is for increasing the bill when you've done a job for some old dear then realised she's got far more money than you initially thought when you quoted?

You shouldn't judge me by your own standards.

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Try selecting the text in the pdf invoice, copy and past it into a new word/open office doc. Then save it or export it as a pdf with the same file name in the same folder and itll ask you if you want to replace.

Might work

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11 minutes ago, billpierce said:

Try selecting the text in the pdf invoice, copy and past it into a new word/open office doc. Then save it or export it as a pdf with the same file name in the same folder and itll ask you if you want to replace.

Might work

Yes but often if it has just stored it as an image then that becomes difficult.

 

Eggs  hasn't explained what he wants to edit.

 

It is possible to open it in GIMP. Create a new layer and draw opaque text boxes over text that needs changing, change the text and export as PDF again.

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1 minute ago, openspaceman said:

It is possible to open it in GIMP. Create a new layer and draw opaque text boxes over text that needs changing, change the text and export as PDF again.

Yeah go on Eggs, do this 😂😂😂

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45 minutes ago, Steve Bullman said:

Yeah go on Eggs, do this 😂😂😂

Keep it Bullman.

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1 hour ago, billpierce said:

Try selecting the text in the pdf invoice, copy and past it into a new word/open office doc. Then save it or export it as a pdf with the same file name in the same folder and itll ask you if you want to replace.

Might work

Cheers Bill, you might as well be talking a foreign language to me mind.

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19 minutes ago, Arctostaphylos uva-ursi said:

If you want to send me the pdf. file with details of what you want changed I will do it for you.

You sir are a gentleman, there aren't many of us left now. I'll send it over tomorrow with an explanation of what I'm trying to do.

 

Thank you.

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