**Solved!** Editing Text Within a PDF (Installed extra fonts)
Basically, what happens is that we have this third party software that generates a PDF, based on various backend data. I believe it uses PDFTK (PDF Toolkit) to generate the PDF. Unfortunately, it generates it with some very strange fonts, which don't appear to be embedded within the PDF itself. One of the main fonts it uses is "U001-Reg". Since this is not a system font, there's no way for me to go in and delete the text that's win the document. I can try to select a font that appears to be somewhat close to the original and add text to the document, but it won't allow me to actually delete the text that's already there in the document.
As far as software, I only have Acrobat Standard installed on my desktop. It appears that if I want to take it a step further, and actually perform "redaction" (crossing out of the text) in the document, I need to upgrade to Acrobat Pro ($$$$) to do so. Unfortunately, the user who I'm doing this for actually wants the text deleted, rather than crossed out / covered over. So, I don't even think the redaction would cover my needs in this case.
As a last alternative, I can go in, take the rectangular tool, and try to make a white rectangle over each and every little bit of text that I want to. Once done, I can either print it out (which will remove all traces of the text, obviously), or I can export it to a TIFF, and then reconvert back to a PDF and merge all the pages back together, and then run OCR one more time, so that it fully gets rid of the underlying text underneath of the white boxes I put in. However, this seems like a huge amount of work, for what should be a simple act of wanting to just delete a little bit of text from within the PDF.
Now with that long explanation out of the way, does anyone have any alternative recommendations for software to use, that would be able to do what I want to? Is there any way for me to be able to find that random font (U001-Reg) and install it, so that I can edit the documents? I'm looking to try to make this as streamlined as possible, and as simple as possible in the end. I'm going to have about 65 total documents to do, with each document about 20 pages long a piece. So, I've got a ton of pages to do overall!
Thanks for any help and ideas you have!