Never thought this would happen, now you will be able to edit PDF documents directly on Google Chrome browser, see how

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PDF file is used on a large scale, if you also use PDF then you should read this news carefully. Yes, Google Chrome has started an update to the Acrobat extension. After this, now users will be able to edit PDF files on the browser itself. Earlier the extension only allowed users to view, copy and perform various other tasks on PDF documents. Till now users had to open a new app on the computer or search a web app to edit PDF. But now with the new update, users can comment, mark up, fill in, and do more, including sign in, on PDF files directly from the browser window.

How to get Adobe Acrobat Extension For Adobe Acrobat Extension you first have to go to Chrome Web Store. Then after that you have to search Adobe Acrobat. Then you have to tap on Add to Chrome.

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Let us tell you that all the features given in it are available for free. Users can opt for Adobe Acrobat Pro DC membership option which gives more features in the app. These features include the ability to convert PDF to a direct Word document, convert a webpage to PDF, as well as adjust the placement and orientation of PDF pages. If you want to delete certain pages from PDF file then membership is required. According to the particular support page, the new features were made available sometime in August. But the company is now showing extra tools.

Users have to open a new app on their computer or open a web app for PDF editing sometimes it becomes a problem especially when you are in a hurry. Usually the default PDF viewer in web browsers is the current one, which allows only PDF files to be viewed and downloaded.

But with the Adobe Acrobat extension for Google Chrome, you can easily comment on browser windows, mark up, fill in, and do more, including signing PDFs.

[Attribution to NBT]

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