Microsoft Edge Gets a Built-In PDF Reader – Thurrott.com

Adobe is rolling out a Chrome OS version of Acrobat that allows users to edit PDFs right inside their browser window.

The ability to add comments, markups, and highlights to PDFs without needing the entire Acrobat program has been added in this version.

Although many of these capabilities are available for free, others will need an Adobe membership. The ability to convert a PDF to a Word document from the browser, transform a web page into a PDF, as well as modify the position and orientation of PDF pages are all examples of this.

This upgrade, which is now available in some form since August, according to a support page, appears to have been implemented around then. Adobe is merely now highlighting the new features as a result of this update.

Google also offers search queries for Chrome, which you can save to your favorites.

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