Edit your PDF in Linux.

From Linux to Windows to macOS, you can edit your PDF on any operating system with this online tool.

PDFs are made for sharing. They keep your file formatting consistent across operating systems, from Mac to Windows to Linux. But at the same time, PDF documents can be extremely flexible and collaborative, with the right editing software.

With online tools, it’s easier than ever to open, edit, and customize PDFs without any special apps. Learn how to use Adobe Acrobat to edit your PDF for free, regardless of what operating system you’re using.

Edit your PDF online.

It’s no one’s favorite job to collect feedback from disparate reviewers. But with Acrobat’s free, online PDF editor you can easily circulate PDFs for teammates to provide comments, annotations, and other edits needed all in one place.

Open Acrobat’s online PDF editor to upload your PDF and add your edits — from Sticky Notes to text or drawings. Follow these simple steps:

  1. Open the online PDF editor.
  2. Choose a file to upload or drag and drop.
  3. Sign in to add your comments.
  4. Click on the toolbar to add sticky notes, text, or drawings.
  5. Download and save your file, or get a link to share it.
  6. Enjoy all the time and headache you saved by using Acrobat’s online PDF editor.

PDF editing made easy.

Discover what more you can do with Acrobat DC and Acrobat online services to easily edit and share your PDFs in Linux, or between any operating systems.