How to Edit PDF Files on Mac?
Apple’s built-in Preview functions not only as a PDF viewer like Adobe Reader, but also a PDF editor, which means it allows people to edit PDF files on Mac OS X 10.5 or later (Snow Leopard, Lion included). Once you open a PDF file withPreview, click “Tools” on the top, then navigate to “Annotate“, you can see “Add Text“, “Add Note” “Highlight Text“, “Add Link“, “Underline Text” and “Strike Through Text” and so on. These are the editing features that Preview offers. But it is not enough. If you want to edit native or scanned PDF files, for example, modify the text, insert images or paragraphs on Mac, you need a more powerful tool, say PDF Editor Pro for Mac .
Besides allowing you to annotate content, Wondershare PDF Editor Pro for Mac enables you to insert text, images, rotate PDF files as smoothly as in a Microsoft Word. Just see how it works.
Step 1. Open PDF files with PDF Editor Pro for Mac. If your PDFs are scanned files, a pop up could remind you of selecting recognition language and performing OCR. In that case, just choose the language and click “Perform OCR”.
Step 2. After you open the PDF files with the PDF Editor, you can see the tool bar on the ribbon. These tools listed on the tool bar are commonly used ones. Of course, you can make your own tool bar by clicking the “Customize” button.
Step 3. Begin to edit the PDF you need. You can double-click the content to insert text or delete the text, use the “Annotate” tools to add sticky notes, highlight content, strike through text or anything you like. With no doubt, you can also insert images or delete images.
If you need to export the PDF to Excel , Word, TXT or EPUB, just do it by going to “File>Convert”. Choose the right format you need and press “Convert”. Then the new documents you need is there. The content is 100% preserved.
With Wondershare PDF Eidtor Pro for Mac, you can edit or convert PDF, either natibe or scanned, whenever you like. What’s more, this app is best app for you to make your office paperless.