After years of waiting and frustration, a free PDF editor finally comes to Google Chrome thankse to Adobe.
The software giant announced a new Adobe Chrome extension that brings users what it calls "the most comprehensive set of PDF tools right in the browser . "
The version means that users no longer need to download a standalone version of Acrobat or some other tool to access PDF files online.
Also available on Microsoft Edge, the new Adobe Acrobat PDF tools solve a major puzzle for users around the world , allowing a much smoother way to view and edit PDF documents right in the browser.
This I Include the ability to upload and share a PDF file with others for group review and comments without the need to send an attachment.
Users will now be able to quickly add comments, highlights or drawings to PDF files in their browser window using a drop-down pane. The update also means that users can electronically sign documents without the need to download anys additional tools and quickly fill out forms manually or using prefill information.
The extension will also allow users to rotate, delete or rearrange PDF Pages to optimize viewing and print, convert PDF to Microsoft Word document and keep formatting
You will also be able to convert web pages to PDF, preserving layout, formatting and links - saving the main headaches for users around the world.