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Document editing is a routine process for all those familiar to business paperwork. You can actually edit mostly every PDF or Word file, using various software solutions to modify documents one way or another. Nonetheless, most of those options are downloadable software and require to take up space on your device and may affect its performance drastically. Working with PDFs online helps keeping your computer running at optimal performance.

But now there's the right platform to edit PDFs and more, online and easily.

Using pdfFiller, you are able to save, change, produce, sign and send PDF documents online, in one browser tab. Besides PDF files, it is possible to upload and edit other primary formats, i.e., Word, PowerPoint, images, TXT and more. Upload documents from your device and start editing in just one click, or create a new one yourself. All you need to start editing PDFs online is an internet-connected device.

pdfFiller comes with a fully-featured online text editor so you can rewrite the content of your document easily. It features a number of tools to customize your form's layout making it look professional. Edit pages, place fillable fields anywhere on the document, add spreadsheets and images, format the text and put digital signature - it's all in one editor.

Make a document on your own or upload an existing one using the next methods:

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Upload a document from your device.
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Open the Enter URL tab and insert the hyperlink to your file.
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Get the form you need in our template library using the search field.
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Upload a document from a cloud storage (Google Drive, Box, DropBox, One Drive and others).
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Browse the USLegal library.

Once your document uploaded, it is saved to your My Docs folder instantly. All your files are stored securely on a remote server and protected by advanced encryption. It means they cannot be lost or accessed by anyone but yourself and permitted users. Move all your paperwork online and save your time.

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Open a PDF that contains a PDF file attachment. Go to where you want to create a link. Choose Tools > Edit PDF > Link > Add or Edit, and select the area for the link. In the Create Link dialog box, set the link appearance, select Go To A Page View, and then click Next.
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Browse until you find the specific folder or subfolder for which you want the direct link. Then, double click inside the address bar on the top, so that you can see the direct network path to that folder. Select it and copy it (Ctrl+C) to the clipboard. You can also right click on it and select Copy.
Highlight the text you want to hyperlink and click on the "Insert" option at the top of Word, then select "Hyperlink" from the drop-down menu. A browser box will pop up asking you to locate the file or folder to which you want to link.
You can then right-click inside a different folder, point to the Drop As menu and select Hardlink to create a hard link to a file, Junction to create a hard link to a directory, or Symbolic Link to create a soft link to a file or directory.
Click on the file or folder you want the URL for. Click the Copy URL icon. Click CMD+C on a MAC or CTRL+C on a PC to copy the URL to the Clipboard.
Click on the file or folder you want the URL for. Click the Copy URL icon. Click CMD+C on a MAC or CTRL+C on a PC to copy the URL to the Clipboard.
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