Do you have a situation where you need to interact with a PDF on your Mac? We suggest you coping by downloading a free trial of PDF Expert. Now you are ready to fill in forms (tax returns, surveys, school tests), create PDF documents from scratch, annotate articles, textbooks, etc., collaborate with your colleagues and classmates, and many, many more options. Have you ever run into a situation where you need to make quick edits in a PDF? May you want to annotate something on a PDF and convey your feedback to your colleagues? We suggest downloading a free trial of PDF Expert — our powerful and feature-rich PDF Editor for Mac. Now you are ready to fill in forms (tax returns, surveys, school tests), create PDF documents from scratch, annotate articles, textbooks, etc., collaborate with your colleagues and classmates, and many more such actions.
Are you still wondering about the best way to open a PDF file on your Mac? Here is what we recommend:
First, open Finder (the File Manager) on your Mac and browse to the PDF file you want to open and edit. Right click on the file to open a pop-up menu and choose ‘Open With’ and click on the PDF Expert option.
We recommend making PDF Expert the default app for PDF files on your Mac to eliminate extra steps when you want to open those files. Here’s how to set PDF Expert as the default app to open PDFs:
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Second option you have is to open PDF Expert first. Do you see the indicated space at the home page? You may drag and drop your PDF file there or click on the ‘choose file’ button and select the PDF file that you want to open in Finder.
Of course, there is the “classy” way to open a PDF file using PDF Expert. Click on ‘File’ in the upper menu-bar, then click ‘open’ and select needed PDF file. Or just use the key shortcut ⌘O.
You may choose the option that suits you best, and the result will always be the same: high-end service that makes your day-to-day work with PDF files laidback but reliable and secure.