When editing a PDF file, everyone has their own technique. You must download an application that allows this version or go through an online service. Sometimes these services are paid for, or there is a free mode that leaves a watermark in the document.
The good news is that today the official Adobe extension is available on Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers (based on the same technologies) to make your job easier.
“Opening a new application on your computer or finding a web application for PDF editing can be a hassle, especially when you are in a hurry. Your web browser’s default PDF viewer has limited functionality, allowing only viewing or downloading of PDF files.”, Adobe authorized when launching this extension. “But the Adobe Acrobat extension for Google Chrome lets you easily comment, mark, finish, sign PDFs and much more from your browser window.”
Here’s how to edit PDF in Chrome with the official Adobe extension
- To get started, you need to install the extension
- Go Its page in Chrome Web Store
- Click “Add to Chrome”
- Then, check the installation by clicking “Add Extension” in the window that appears.
- When you open your PDF file in Chrome and listen, accept the extension as your default PDF reader.
- Once you have accepted, the PDF file will usually be reloaded and opened in a new reader provided by Google Chrome.
- Now, it allows you to not only read PDF reader documents in Chrome, but also make some changes such as text, annotations, drawing (or signature), highlights, rearrange steps, delete pages.
- Other features are available, but only if you are a user of Adobe Document Cloud Services.
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