Erase Text in a PDF Online in Bpm'online
Erase Text in PDFs Online
Have you ever needed to erase text in documents stored in your Bpm'online account?
Sometimes we make errors when filling out business documents in Bpm’online account. It can be very disappointing because you may not be permitted to use whiteout to correct your mistakes, or you may not want to leave them with unsightly corrections.
In the past, you probably had to print the document and fill it out again. Then, you would 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 erase text in PDF and Word documents. You can simply use DaDaDocs’s editor to erase in your Bpm’online attachment.
To get started, click Documents on the left sidebar. On the screen that opens next select the type of documents you want to edit.
Choose Attachments and Notes and click Use DaDaDocs. Select the document you need to edit from the list and click on it. To use DaDaDocs editor click the Edit Document button.
Click the Erase button in the Tools tab to get a content eraser. Select the content that you want to white out by clicking and dragging the cursor. Release the cursor when you have finished erasing text or images. You can use the eyedropper to match any color in the document, and the slider to resize the eraser.
When you have finished editing, click the Done button in the top right corner and save your document back to your Bpm’online account. You can find the document in Attachments and Notes.
- Type and blackout text
- Add images
- Draw tables and arrows
- Add comments and sticky notes
- Turn any document into a fillable form
- Use checkboxes, dropdown menus, date and signature fields
- Define the filling order and add tutorial videos
- Generate templates pre-filled with bpm'online data
- eSign documents on-the-go with any mobile device
- Collect legally binding signatures
- Collaborate on a single document with your partners and colleagues