It’s convenient to annotate a PDF on a Chromebook.
It’s just as easy to mark up a PDF as it is to share it. Learn how to annotate professional or personal PDFs on your Chromebook in just a few simple steps with Acrobat online.
People work with PDFs for a variety of reasons and often need to indicate edits to their documents. Maybe a report for work requires the latest data. Or a student’s essay needs a grammar makeover. Or even a friend’s novel-in-progress could use some helpful suggestions. Adobe Acrobat online services can make those changes with its array of versatile, easy-to-use tools.
Take these steps to annotate a PDF on a Chromebook.
First, click on the Select A File button and choose your desired file — whether it’s on your Chromebook or in the cloud. From any web browser, sign in to Acrobat to annotate in the PDF.
Then, simply choose tools from the toolbar to highlight, strike through, or add text. You can leave comments that explain a specific change in detail, or add a sticky note where less detail is needed. You can also draw with a pencil tool if you need to circle copy or images, create arrows, or make other freehand marks.
After you’ve finished annotating, you can download the file, or share it with others via a link or email using the Share dropdown menu.
Your file is now on its way to completion, with your edits clearly pointing the way. Take a minute to explore what else Acrobat online services can offer.