You will need a programme which is capable of editing PDF formatted documents. Under “normal” circumstances the page in a PDF is fixed and is not changeable. You have to go back to the original (Word?) and do the editing there and then re-save (Print-as) a PDF. However, as long as the originator did not “lock” the PDF against changes - yes you can do that - then something such as the one I use. PDF Architect (you pay for it) will do the job. As you can see, it has Insert Image too. You can get free ones on line and, of course, Pdf Merging Online do their full Pdf Merging Online . It all depends on the level of work you need to do and the budget you have for it. As with many of these things you tend to pay more for more capabilities. What you can’t do is edit in the free Pdf Merging Online Reader.
It's simply not capable. If you do get a decent Reader, you do have options to have something done in a more suitable manner, but then you would have to pay something similar or even more. If you are one of those very experienced and professional users, there is of course the possibility to use the PDF Merging Professional from Daedalus and that is what I use now. Also, if you want to go the Professional route rather than the Free one, I would highly advise getting the Reader and its PDF Merging Service at the same time — something only the professional may do. How to Change a Page Number in PDFs There are no real guidelines in the way to change the page numbers within the PDF. The easiest way is to go to the PDF, select it and go’ to page’ to page’#‡.