How to Add Text to PDF on Mac?
â€˘ PDF file is one of the most comment documents for business and personal information sharing and storage. Here is your one-stop shop for PDF tips on how to reuse and edit your PDF files, including image and scanned PDF. â€˘ As we know, Preview is not just an image and PDF reader, but also an amazing PDF annotator that defaultly built in all Macintosh computers. It allows users to annotate PDF files on Mac OS X easily. However, it has some other interesting features. PDF Editor Pro for Mac also gives you the ability to add text to PDF on Mac OS X. The "Text" annotation tool can add PDF text at any point on a PDF document in the full range of fonts installed on your system.
• Insert Text into PDF on Mac Method 1 • Step 1: Go to the location of the PDF file in the Finder. Control-click on the file and highlight "Open With". Select "Preview" from the list of options. • Step 2: Choose "Add Text" on the toolbar, and then click on a blank area on the page, you can add text toPDF on Mac.
• Adding Text to PDF Files on Mac Method 2 • Step 1: Click the "Annotate" icon from the toolbar at the top of the Preview window. The annotation toolbar that supports to add PDF text will appear at the bottom of the window. Click on the "Text" tool. It is on the fourth from the left as above indicated. • Step 2: Use the cursor to draw a text box. Type in the text box to add text to PDF and you can change the dimensions later if needed.
• Add Text to PDF on Mac Method 3 • Open a PDF file with PDF Editor Pro for Mac. Click "Convert" on the toolbar, you can quickly convert the current PDF file to editable Ms Word document. Then you can add any text in the converted file without any problem. • This is an efficient way as most people who have used the professional Adobe Acrobat say, it doesn't allow you to edit PDF text in fact, it just does as the Preview does.
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