Did you ever need to draw lines in PDF documents in order to underline or cross something out, or to show graphically connections between different parts of the document?
In the past, you probably had to print the document, make your drawings, and either scan it or send a hard copy to wherever it needed to go. Besides needing a printer and a scanner, the process probably took you far too much time to complete.
Now there is a far easier way to draw straight lines in PDF documents. You can simply use PDFfiller!
To get started, upload a document to your account and open it in the editor. To draw a line, click the Line icon in the main toolbar. The line toolbar will appear under the editing tools. Click where you want to create the start point and drag to where you want to create the end point, release the mouse button and click OK.
To change the line’s color, click on the black square and choose the color you want. Use the slider before or after drawing a line to change its thickness.
You can change the position of the line ends by dragging them.
Finally, you can always delete any line you've drawn, just click on it and then click the trash can icon that will appear.
To learn more about drawing lines in PDF documents online, please watch the following video:
When you use PDFfiller to draw lines in PDF documents, you do not use paper, pencils, fax, and printer. And even better, you save yourself a lot of time!