Draw on a PDF to enhance editing on a Chromebook.
With Adobe Acrobat online services, you can draw directly on a PDF using a Chromebook. It’s easy to point out exactly what edits need to be made or where content needs to be repositioned.
Sometimes text editing tools aren’t exact enough to help you accurately get your point across. With Acrobat online services, you can mark the new place where an existing image should be relocated, cross out copy that should be removed, and much more.
How to draw on a PDF on a Chromebook.
On your Chromebook, navigate to Acrobat online services to edit PDFs. Click Select A File or drag and drop your file into the drop zone. Sign in to your Adobe, Google, or Apple account to edit your document online.
From the toolbar, select the drawing tool to draw freehand on the PDF. You can choose from numerous colors in different shade ranges, as well as select the thickness of the lines you draw by using a scale. If you need to explain your drawing to your project collaborators, just select the Note feature in the sidebar to leave a comment.
You can use the drawing tool to:
- Mark how you’d like to reorganize graphics in a brochure.
- Show how you’d like a document’s text to flow.
- Create drawing suggestions to enhance the visuals of your PDF.
After you finish your markups, click Download to save your file to your device. Alternatively, share a link to the PDF with your collaborators so they can review your edits online.
Discover new tools to streamline your PDF workflows with Acrobat online services.