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HOW DO I START USING APPLE PENCIL ON IPAD PRO / ACROBAT?

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Jul 28, 2017

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Hi,

Acrobat Reader for iPhone and iPad supports Apple Pencil only in the "Freehand Drawing" mode.

  1. Open a PDF document.
  2. Long-press on an empty area (i.e. no text underneath) of a page to display the context menu.
    Image-1.jpg
  3. Tap Freehand in the context menu.
  4. Start drawing with Apple Pencil.
  5. Tap the Save button in the upper-right corner to save the drawing.

The default color of drawing is red.  But you can change properties (Color, Thickness, and Opacity) once you add drawing to a page.

To change Thickness/Color/Opacity

  1. Tap an existing drawing.
  2. Tap Thickness.../Color.../Opacity...
    FreehandDrawing.png
  3. Select your desired Color/Thickness/Opacity property from the palette that pops up.

Hope this helps.

Please let us know if you have additional questions.

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HOW DO I START USING APPLE PENCIL ON IPAD PRO / ACROBAT?

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Jul 28, 2017

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SO FRUSTRATING!! PLEASE HELP

Hi,

Acrobat Reader for iPhone and iPad supports Apple Pencil only in the "Freehand Drawing" mode.

  1. Open a PDF document.
  2. Long-press on an empty area (i.e. no text underneath) of a page to display the context menu.
    Image-1.jpg
  3. Tap Freehand in the context menu.
  4. Start drawing with Apple Pencil.
  5. Tap the Save button in the upper-right corner to save the drawing.

The default color of drawing is red.  But you can change properties (Color, Thickness, and Opacity) once you add drawing to a page.

To change Thickness/Color/Opacity

  1. Tap an existing drawing.
  2. Tap Thickness.../Color.../Opacity...
    FreehandDrawing.png
  3. Select your desired Color/Thickness/Opacity property from the palette that pops up.

Hope this helps.

Please let us know if you have additional questions.

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Hi,

Acrobat Reader for iPhone and iPad supports Apple Pencil only in the "Freehand Drawing" mode.

  1. Open a PDF document.
  2. Long-press on an empty area (i.e. no text underneath) of a page to display the context menu.
    Image-1.jpg
  3. Tap Freehand in the context menu.
  4. Start drawing with Apple Pencil.
  5. Tap the Save button in the upper-right corner to save the drawing.

The default color of drawing is red.  But you can change properties (Color, Thickness, and Opacity) once you add drawing to a page.

To change Thickness/Color/Opacity

  1. Tap an existing drawing.
  2. Tap Thickness.../Color.../Opacity...
    FreehandDrawing.png
  3. Select your desired Color/Thickness/Opacity property from the palette that pops up.

Hope this helps.

Please let us know if you have additional questions.

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