How to Erase Objects in Adobe Acrobat

By Jessica Johnson

Adobe Acrobat is a program that assists you in creating and viewing PDF (Portable Document Format) files. With Adobe Acrobat you can convert and compile files from dozens of formats, embed multimedia and generate electronic forms. Adobe Acrobat also makes it easier to electronically archive documents and create high impact communications. Everyone from designers, developers and educators to students can create and edit documents in Adobe Acrobat.

Things You'll Need

  • Computer
  • Adobe Acrobat

Step 1

Open the document in Adobe Acrobat you wish to edit.

Step 2

Click the object with the "Select Object" tool. This tool can be found on the toolbar at the top of the screen.

Step 3

Using the "Select Object" tool and holding down the right mouse button, drag a box around the object you wish to erase.

Step 4

Right-click the selected object and click "Delete." The object will then be removed.

Tips & Warnings

  • To undo your changes, you can use the "Undo" icon at the top of the screen.