Easily annotate PDFs on Windows 10.

When you need to add edits to a PDF or make comments for changes to a work or personal project, you can easily annotate your files online with Adobe Acrobat.

When you’re collaborating on a project and need to review, highlight, and reply to comments on a PDF file on Windows 10, Adobe Acrobat online services make it easy to annotate from anywhere.

Here’s how to annotate PDFs on Windows 10.

Begin by navigating to Acrobat online services in your preferred browser. Click the Select A File button or drag and drop your file into the drop zone. Sign in to make edits to your file using either an Adobe login or one of the other login methods, like a Google or Apple account.

From there, you can add sticky notes, highlight, strike through, underline and add text, or even draw freehand directly onto the PDF. Some tools allow you to choose different colors, which makes it easy to differentiate your edits from others’. After you annotate your file, you can download it or select the option to share it with others via a link.

Discover even more ways to make working with PDFs on Windows 10 fast and easy with Acrobat online services.