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How Do I Insert a Picture In a Pdf Document Using Mac Default Apps?

I want to insert my picture in a pdf document like a curriculum vitae. Is this possible using Mac default apps?

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Nicu L

Comments: 2 Responses to “How Do I Insert a Picture In a Pdf Document Using Mac Default Apps?”

    1 year ago

    Typically,. PDF documents are read-only files, simulating printed pieces of paper. You “view” them, but don’t edit them. Sometimes you fill in blanks in a form. Other times you annotate them (markup).

    But to create a PDF document, you need to use a different type of app and file. For instance, you would use Pages to create a Pages document and then when done, export that as a PDF. Same for Microsoft Word, or Adobe InDesign, Adobe Acrobat, etc.

    So inserting or editing a PDF document means to go to the original file for that document. What was that? A Pages doc? Word? Something else? Go to that and insert your picture there.

    Nicu L
    1 year ago

    Thanks for your quick response. The original document is provided and I have to put on it the picture and of course to fill up the blank fields. I understand that non of original apps on Mac or free ones is able to edit a pdf file format like some expensive apps like Adobe Acrobat paid version.
    Thanks once again. Greetings from Romania.

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