You’ll love this super easy way to edit a PDF.
Believe it or not, a PDF can be edited in Google Docs – totally FREE. And it’s so easy. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve wanted to change a document that had already been saved as a PDF. If I had the original, I could obviously revise and then resave as PDF. However, in many instances I’ve no longer had the original especially when my PDF was something a little older.
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This has been a wonderful trick to know as I frequently offer PDF printables for my blog readers. No matter why you work with a PDF file, knowing how to open and edit it without fancy software can save you time and money!
There are programs you can pay for that allow you to edit a PDF. Most cost at least a small amount and some are quite pricey. With Google Docs, you can open and edit FREE.
Now, one drawback exists. The images from the PDF won’t copy over. That’s okay, though. You’ll have a chance to update and insert new images to freshen the document.
Watch this video to see how easy it is to edit a PDF in Google Docs:
And that’s it – easy PDF editing. Find your old checklists, ebooks, worksheets, anything and use this method to quickly and inexpensively. Yea!
If you’re a Google Doc user (or hope to make the switch), check out this post, too:
Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides – How to Create, View, and Save (Coming Soon)