Google Drive is well known online storage option that allows you to store 15GB of files/folders for free. You can log in to Google Drive using the Gmail account to get free 15GB storage. You will get 15GB of free online space for a single Gmail account where you can keep your personal files or folders under Google robust protection.
Most people know about free storage, but a few users know that they can edit PDF files using Google Drive. Many free online applications claim to edit PDF documents online, but we don’t recommend uploading your personal or secret documents on an unknown server. If you use Google Drive to store your documents online, you can use the same service to edit your PDF files.
If you know the steps, it is quite easy to edit the PDF files on Google Drive. This gearupwindows article will guide you on editing the PDF files using the Google Drive service.
How to Edit a PDF File in Google Drive?
Step 1. Open drive.google.com and sign in to your account using Gmail user ID and password.
Step 2. Click on the
Step 3. Now, select the option
Step 4. Select the PDF file from your PC that you would like to edit, and then click on the
Step 5. Once you complete the above steps, the selected PDF file is uploaded on Google drive. Right-click on the uploaded PDF file and select
Step 6. Now, in a new tab, docs.google.com will open in your browser in which you are currently working. Here your PDF document will be in editing mode, which means you can make desired changes in the PDF file as you do in any word/notepad document. Once desired changes are done, click on the
After executing the above steps, an edited PDF file will be downloaded on your PC. You can view this PDF file using any modern browser or a PDF reader.