Portable Document Format is one of the document formats that are used by most academics and business if not most of the offices. With PDF document format you may want to add content to it or delete some texts. It is clear that not all document applications on your Mac will allow you to modify text on your PDF. So how to edit PDF text on Mac? Here's a solution.
Wondershare PDFelement for Mac is the easiest solution to PDF editing you will ever find.
PDFelement is a complete PDF solution, which can also help you convert PDF to Word, Excel, PPT, EPUB, Pages, RTF, HTML, images, text and more, and create industry-standard PDFs from various source files. You can not only add password to protect PDFs from being viewed, copied, edited and printed, but also hide sensitive content with redaction tools.
PDFelement for Mac is compatible with Mac OS X 10.7, 10.8, 10.9, 10.10 (Yosemite), 10.11 (El Capitan) and 10.12 (Sierra). Download and install this application to get started.
Once you have downloaded and installed PDFelement on your Mac. Launch it to add files to the program. Just click on the "Edit PDF" button, which is boldly indicated under the blue area. The very PDF file will then be opened on the program.
Alternatively you can add files to the program by clicking on "Open File" button at the bottom right. The program will then direct you to you the finder where you will have to search and open the PDF file you want to edit.
At the top tool bar, click the "Edit" button to enter editing mode. You can then double click the text block to modify, insert or delete text. To easily and smoothly edit text, you can also click "Mode" to choose between "Select whole paragraphs" and "Select lines only". Then you can edit text in line or paragraph bounding box.
To add new text block, you can click "Edit > Add Text". Use your mouse to draw a text block anywhere on your document and then type in text inside it. To remove unwanted text, you can select the text and press the "Delete" key on your keyboard.
PDFelement will automatically match the font formatting, enabling you to type in the some font with what on your PDF. And newly-typed text will naturally flow into adjacent lines with consistent line and character spacing, giving you a uniform look.
You will also see a formatting bar on the top, with which you are also able to adjust font type, size, color, make text bold and italic according to your needs.
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