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Subscribers to PDF Ink get the following features:
If you have an active pen, just start writing - you don't need to do anything else.
If you want to use your finger on your touchscreen, if you have a passive pen, or if you want to draw with your mouse or trackpad, enable inking mode by pressing the
Pen button in the toolbar.
PDF Ink offers a pen and highlighter, as well as an eraser and a selection lasso. You can use the selection lasso to select, delete, or cut/copy and paste ink.
PDF Ink allows you to expand a document's horizontal margins, and annotate in that space. Then, you can choose whether to show or hide the expanded margins when exporting or printing.
You can enable and disable the expanded margins by pressing the margins button.
You need to be a subscriber to export and save with expanded margins.
PDF Ink can open your Word (.doc and .docx) documents. Use the
Open button to select a Word file, or drag your file into PDF Ink's home screen.
Subscribers to PDF Ink can annotate, sign, and export converted Word documents as PDFs.
T button to enable text annotation mode
Try relaunching the app.
To relaunch the app, find PDF Ink in your Start menu and click its icon. PDF Ink will then load your last-opened file with your annotations intact.
(If you open another file before you do this, PDF Ink won't be able to recover your annotations.)
Users of the free version are limited to saving a single signature; subscribers can save as many as they like.
Sign button in the top toolbar
+ Create Signature
Your signature will be saved. To use it, click on it in the
Sign button's flyout, and it will be dropped into your document. You can drag and resize it as you wish.
To remove a saved signature, press
Edit Signatures, check the box beside the signature you wish to delete, then press