Draw in PDF Documents
Have you ever needed to draw on PDF forms in order to point out a particular item, underline something, or make graphic connections between different parts of a document?
In the past, you probably had to print the form, make your drawings, and either scan it or send a hard copy to wherever it needed to go. Besides needing a printer and a scanner, the process probably took you far too much time to complete.
Now there is a far easier way to draw on PDF forms. You can simply use pdfFiller’s editor to draw in PDF documents!
Click and hold the button on the mouse to draw anything you'd like to. Release the mouse when you have finished drawing. Using the slider and the color box above your drawing, you can changerespectively the thickness and color of the line.
To draw a straight line, click the "Line" button in the "Tools" tab. Click and drag to add the line anywhere in your document. Using the slider and the color box next to it, you can change the thickness and color of the line. In addition, you can always delete any line or shape you've drawn. Simply click on the shape and then click the "trash can" icon that will appear.
Why limit yourself to simply typing on your PDFs, when you can use pdfFiller to draw on PDFs! Now you can let your creativity run wild!
If you like being able to draw in PDF documents online, you might be interested in a whole lot of other great features that pdfFiller has to offer including erasing content from documents, adding pictures, text boxes and sticky notes, adding check boxes and fillable fields. Check out these tutorials to see the other great things that pdfFiller can do for you.!
How to Draw in PDFs?
To draw in a PDF, upload your PDF document using pdfFiller's uploader.
Choose the 'Draw' button in the 'Tools' tab. Click the button and hold the button on the mouse to draw anything you'd like to. Release the mouse when you're done.
You can also click the 'Tools' tab and highlight, redact or erase text and images in your PDF.
When you're done with drawing, click the 'Done' button and email, print or save your document.