Using PDF Review tools for multiple mark-ups
One simple step can speed up PDF editing and mark-up workflows inside pdfDocs. Watch this video to learn how to keep the tools you use again and again - like the highlighter - selected for multiple mark-ups. Plus, see how to add your most-used tools to the Quick Access toolbar.
More PDF editing and review time-savers
Edit PDFs on your tablet – using a stylus and the Pencil tool in pdfDocs. This is a seamless way to sign a document, write up changes in the margins, or highlight different sections as you go. The lines you produce with the Pencil tool are crisp, clean, and appear straightaway. And, if you make a mistake or change your mind, it’s easy to erase. Learn more about the Pencil tool here.
Make text editable in scanned files – the in-built OCR functionality in pdfDocs makes it quick and easy to convert a scanned file into an editable document. It automatically recognizes the text on the page and generates a text layer that you can edit and review. See how it works here.
Finalize your changes – after you have edited and reviewed a PDF. Flattening the text and image layers in a PDF is an essential final step if you add a stamp, comment, or signature to your PDF. The Flatten tool in pdfDocs ensures these changes are secured to the document and can’t be moved or edited by someone else. See it explained here.