Learn how to edit PDFs on a Mac device.

Whether for personal, business, or school-related documents, here’s an easy way to edit PDFs and share them with your team.

Say your team is creating a brochure for a business or charity event and it involves a number of writers and artists to produce the finished product. The first-draft PDF is coming along great, but there are numerous copy and imagery edits that need to be made before it’s ready to go.

With Adobe Acrobat online services, you can add those edits to the file to quickly and easily communicate what needs to be added, deleted, or changed.

Follow these steps to edit PDFs on a Mac.

From any web browser, go to Acrobat online services and follow these steps to make edits and/or collaborate:

  1. Click the “Select a file” button.
  2. Navigate to the file to choose it, or drag and drop into the drop zone.
  3. After the file uploads, sign in to use the tools to add, highlight, draw and more.
  4. Go to the “Share” menu to share the document with others via email or a link.

Acrobat online services are easy to use, and offer you tools to highlight, underline, strikethrough, or add text. Plus, you can add sticky notes or even draw in the PDF. Your team will be able to clearly see where to apply changes, speeding your project’s completion.

Take a moment to explore everything you can do with Acrobat online services today.