Your guide to drawing on a PDF on a Mac.
Regardless of the type of project, you can easily draw on a PDF to indicate markups and move your project closer to completion.
Sometimes you need to add clarity to your edits by circling copy or adding arrows. With the freehand drawing tool in Adobe Acrobat online services, you can draw your PDF edits on a Mac — and make it even easier for your collaborators to understand your corrections and suggestions.
Follow these steps to draw on a PDF on a Mac.
To start, click on Select A File or drag and drop your file into the drop zone. Then sign in to a service such as Adobe, Apple, or Google to begin editing. With the drawing tool, you can make arrows, circle paragraphs, or draw something more elaborate. With adjustable features, you can change the thickness and color of the lines you create.
In addition to the drawing tool, you can use other editing options to:
- Highlight, underline, or strike through text
- Add sticky notes
- Add comments or reply to previous comments
Once you’ve finished, you can download the file. You can also share it via the Share menu, if you need to send the document to collaborators for further review or to make the final PDF changes.
See what else you can do with Acrobat online services.