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How do I view toolbar with font color, font size, etc in Adobe 8

Postby aG91c3Rvbg » Sat, 02 Jun 2007 22:42:00 GMT

Using Adobe Acrobat 8 - I was inserting text boxes into a document, at one 
time there was a toolbar showing that let me select the font size, style etc. 
for the text in the text box.  Went back later to fix text and toolbar was 
gone, how do I get this toolbar back?  

Re: How do I view toolbar with font color, font size, etc in Adobe 8

Postby JoAnn Paules » Sat, 02 Jun 2007 23:02:40 GMT

Try posting your question in the applicable Acrobat newsgroup.

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Re: How do I view toolbar with font color, font size, etc in Adobe 8

Postby Susan Ramlet » Sat, 02 Jun 2007 23:27:23 GMT

Hi, houston,

This forum is for Microsoft Office related issues.  You'll probably want to 
find an Adobe forum to get assistance.

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Please reply to the newsgroup.  I cannot respond to private requests for 
help.  Besides, then the community doesn't benefit from your question!









Re: How do I view toolbar with font color, font size, etc in Adobe 8

Postby Bob I » Sat, 02 Jun 2007 23:31:04 GMT

Click the "Help" on the Menu bar, they should have information about 
your question.






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