There are several ways to edit a PDF on a Mac, including:
- Using Adobe Acrobat Pro DC: This is a paid program that allows you to edit text and images, as well as add or remove pages from a PDF. It is available for both Windows and Mac.
- Using Preview: Preview is a built-in application on macOS that allows you to view and edit PDFs, including text and images. You can also use the annotation tools to add comments and highlights.
- Using Apple Pages: You can open the PDF in Apple Pages, edit the content and save it as a PDF.
- Using a third-party PDF editor: There are several third-party PDF editors available for Mac, such as PDFelement, PDF Expert, and PDFpen, which provide advanced editing features.
- Using OCR software: OCR (Optical Character Recognition) software can be used to convert a scanned PDF into an editable format, such as a Word document, then edit the document and save it as a PDF.
It’s worth noting that not all the above options will work with all the documents and some may alter the original layout, formatting or add watermarks.