2022-09-06 10:19:44 • Filed to:
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One useful way to alter your document's content and appearance is to change the font of the text within the document. However, if you are working with a PDF document, this is not always easy. Especially if you don't have the necessary tool to edit the document. One of the most popular tools to create and edit documents is InDesign and it comes with features that make it relatively easy to change font colors. In this article we'll cover how to change font color in InDesign, as well as another alternative.
InDesign is a great tool with great features but it can be a little bit too pricey and complex for many users. That's why it's worth looking into alternative tools that are just as effective as InDesign without being overly complicated. One such tool was Wondershare PDFelement - PDF Editor.
It lets you change the font color, font size and font style on any InDesign document. In fact, it helps you change any aspect of any PDF file easily and effectively. As we will demonstrate shortly, it can be very effective in helping you change the font color in any document.
The following are just some of the features that make PDFelement the perfect alternative to InDesign:
The following is a simple step-by-step guide to help you change the font color of InDesign files in PDFelement:
Begin by installing and launching PDFelement. Then, simply drag and drop the InDesign file into the program window to open it. Alternatively, you can click on "Open File" to locate the file and open it.
Once the document is open, select the text that you want to change the color of. Simply hold and drag your mouse across it. The toolbar will appear automatically to let you change the font color. Click the dropdown button of the "Theme Color" and select your desired font color.
There is also another way to change font color of the InDesign file: with the text selected, you should see a "Properties" panel open on the left hand side. Here you can simply select a new font color for your selected text.
Repeat this process with any other text in the document that you need to alter.
As complicated as it is to master, InDesign still presents one of the best ways to create and manage documents, including changing font color. As a matter of fact, this particular feature in InDesign is what makes it the ideal tool for creating graphics like posters, brochures and flyers. Here's a step-by-step guide to help you change the font color in InDesign: