I have managed to scan something on a Kyocera printer and send it to my work e-mail – I now wish to edit the picture – simply by putting ‘markers’ on certain places and a little bit of text. I don’t think I can do this on PDF can i?
Am I therefore able to convert the PDF to a format which I can do this?
Also – I have been unable to rotate and save the rotated version. (I can rotate – but after saving and re-opening it just goes back to the initial version!)
If you show the picture on screen, you could then take a screen-shot using click here which is Free for private use. Full editing and text addition, adding Arrows etc to 'point' at features of the picture.
due to restrictions we are unable to download from the internet. I have simply taken a screen shot (print scrn) - which works fine. what app should i paste it into, so i can then edit it i.e. put arrows to particular places with comments. WORD - doesnt seem to work to well for this...
PDF Xchange Viewer click here has replaced Adobe Reader for me and it`s free. You can annotate, highlight & underline text and even add text using the typewriter feature. You can also add post it type notes. All of which makes it ideal for collaborating with colleagues.