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This is going off the assumption that all of the strokes (That you want to delete) are the same color. You will first want to expand all of the shapes Object -> Expand. You will have to use the pathfinder options to separate the different shapes. Select all of the shapes and use the Divide option in the pathfinder window (Maybe someone knows a none ...
It's quite possible the font is contained within the PDF itself, but in such a way that you can't add new text that uses it. PDFs can carry fonts within themselves in two ways: Embedding, where a complete copy of the font is added to the PDF Subsetting, where only part of the font is contained in the PDF—specifically only the glyphs needed (e.g. if there ...
You need to split the line into two segments, so that each segment has its arrowhead. You can use the scissors tool for that.
You should have that font installed on your system if you want to make changes in an Adobe Acrobat PDF file. Otherwise it will use another default system font on whatever text you'll try to change. If you open the "Content Editing" tools, you should have access to other fonts at least and change it. Your only other option is to have the exact same font ...
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