How to Add Image to PDF on Mac (2019 Updated)
Are you trying to figure out how to add image to PDF on Mac? It's actually incredibly easy once you find the right professional PDF program to help you. One such program is PDFelement. This article will show you how to add images to PDFs on iMac, MacBook Air or MacBook Pro.
Steps to Add Image to PDF Mac
Download PDFelement, then double-click the file to install the program in your Application folder.
Step 1. Open Your PDF in the Program
Run PDFelement and then click "Open File..." to open the PDF file from your computer. You can also go to "File > Open" on the top gray bar to add your files.
Step 2. Insert Image into PDF on Mac
Press the "Image" button on the left toolbar, and then click the "Add Image" icon on the reviewed toolbar. Select the image files from your computer and drag the image to where you'd like to insert the image. When you do this, you'll see the image overlaying the current PDF page.
Click on the image to select it. Drag it to any location on the PDF page. Or you can drag four corners of the image to re-size it.
Step 3. Edit Your Image on PDF
If you want to further edit your image, you can click on the image to activate the image editing options. You can crop the image to adjust its aspect ratio and cut off unwanted borders, or replace the existing image with a new one. You can also extract one or more images from your PDF at a time. Besides adding images to PDF on Mac, PDFelement can also help you convert JPG to PDF on Mac easily.
Video on Adding Images to PDF on Mac
To insert images into a PDF file on Mac, the best solution is a PDF editor like PDFelement. You can also delete images from PDFs, resize, crop and rotate PDF images, and extract images from PDF.
PDFelement also lets you edit text and pages in your document. You can add comment boxes, sticky notes, highlights, stamps, and links to your content. What's more, its' creation and conversion features enable you to convert PDFs to or from other popular formats like Excel, Word, PPT, Text, EPUB and more.
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