Easily draw to mark up a PDF on an iPad.

Whether you’re working solo or as part of a project team, it’s a breeze to draw freehand in a PDF with Adobe Acrobat online services.

Let’s say you need to create a brochure for an important client or plan the layout of an office suite, either on your own or with colleagues. When you’re working with a PDF document, Acrobat online services make it easy to draw directly on it to indicate any necessary changes.

Take these steps to draw on a PDF on an iPad.

Make sure you can access your file, then drag and drop it into the drop zone. You can also click Select A File to navigate to where the file is saved. Sign in to a service such as Apple, Google, or Adobe to work on it right away. Select the drawing tool and adjust its color and thickness, if you wish. Draw arrows or shapes, cross out an incorrect photo, create new illustrations, or even write text using the drawing tool.

When you’ve finished your markups, you can download the file or share it via a link or an email attachment.

In addition to the examples mentioned above, you can also draw on PDFs for projects such as:

Other projects may require you to combine PDFs or delete pages — Adobe has solutions for those changes too. Take a moment to explore what else you can do with Acrobat online services.