Edit PDF with Acrobat Web

In this 60-second video tutorial, learn how to make simple PDF edits to text and images without even downloading the PDF.

There’s a bunch of things you can do with a PDF file using just a web browser. So over here on the website, I’m going to log into my Document Cloud. And now inside of Document Cloud you’ll see a series of tools across the top here. I’m going to click over here to show more. Click here to scroll back. So I’m going to come in here to edit text and images. I’ll choose the PDF file that I’d like to edit. So I’ll choose this file here. This is a PDF ad for an upcoming podcast episode. And so what’s going to happen is this is going to load and become fully enabled for editing inside of my browser. So I’ll come in here first and fix some typos. Add an E here, get rid of that second period and then I’ll come up here and select this logo. I can rotate it. And then I’ll just position this down here a little bit. And then when I’m done editing, I can simply come up here, click Close and Document Cloud will save all of the changes to that PDF, and now I’m ready to share this with my team. And that was 60 Second Acrobat. -
This video is part of the course Work smarter with Acrobat DC and Microsoft 365 that is available for free on Experience League!