Few programs truly allow editing of PDF files. However, Foxit PDF Editor is one program that enables you to edit PDF files. Suppose you notice a typo on a write-protected PDF file or want to fill out a PDF form that is not designed to be filled, then that is a prime example of when to use Foxit PDF Editor. Foxit PDF Editor allows you to open and edit virtually any PDF file. It also allows you to remove graphic elements such as labels, titles and watermarks.
Open Foxit PDF Editor by locating it under "Start," then "Programs."
Click "File," "Open" and navigate to the PDF file you wish to edit.
Click the graphic label to select it and press "Delete" to remove it. If the label is text, you will need to drag your mouse over it to highlight the text before pressing "Delete." If the graphic label is integrated into a bigger picture, which contains elements you do not wish to delete, you will need to edit it graphically.
Click "Object" and select "Edit Object" to open the graphical editor.
Click the seventh button down on the left of the tool bar to select the eraser. Click and drag to erase portions of the graphic, including the label.
Click "File" and then "Save" to save your modifications.