How To Annotate PDFs in PDF Expert

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PDF Expert lets you read and annotate PDF documents, highlight text, make notes, draw with your finger and save these changes being compatible with Preview and  Adobe Acrobat. Moreover, PDF Expert is the only iPad application that can fill PDF forms! 

PDF Expert reads almost all document types like: iWork, MS Office, Power Point, text files, images, even music and video files, etc. It can retrieve documents from any place you may need. PDF files from desktop computers, email attachments, documents on the Dropbox, MobileMe iDisk, GoogleDocs and even other iPad applications could be accessed with PDF Expert.

Annotations made with PDF Expert are saved within the document in accordance with PDF format specification. Thus PDF Expert can edit highlights, text notes and other annotations created in Apple Preview or Adobe Acrobat Reader and vise versa. At the same time this lets you share annotated files with friends and co-workers.

PDF forms made with Adobe Acrobat are supported in PDF Expert. Text fields, checkboxes, radio buttons and other form elements work as you expect and all information you entered is saved inside the form.

Please note that Dynamic XML PDF Forms made with Adobe LifeCycle should be  converted to Static PDF Forms format before using with PDF Expert.      

To login with PDF Expert, click on the Network menu, select Add in the upper left-hand corner, and select Box. Then you'll just need to log in with your email address and Box password. (If your Box Account has Single Sign On enabled: enter your email, leave the password field blank, click 'Login' and you will get redirected to your company's SSO page.)

You can download PDF Expert here and if you have issues with the app can contact their support team at rdsupport@readdle.com.

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