A new edition of MS Edge is now available for the users to use various facilities and functions related to PDF. Microsoft provides multiple interesting and updated functions through this newly launched features on Microsoft Edge. Here you will need every important tool and function for using PDF and working on this document editing and storing platform.
Microsoft is trying to update its users with this new version of Microsoft Edge that provides services related to upcoming updates and document editing tools on Windows 10.
Follow these instructions to use your PDF Viewer on the newly introduced version of “Microsoft Edge Chromium” on Windows 10:
Making Default PDF Viewer on Microsoft Edge
First of all, launch “Settings” by tapping the gear-shaped icon located on your desktop.
Then, hit the “Apps” section.
After that, tap on the “Default apps” option.
Now, press the option “Set Default by App.”
Then, hit the “Microsoft Edge” related option there.
Next, tap on the “Manage” tab.
Now, hit the .pdf files related existing default app and then tap on “Microsoft Edge.”
When you finish the steps mentioned above, a PDF file will expand on your display through the browser without any hindrance.
Navigating a PDF Document through Microsoft Edge
MS Edge allows its users to use all the PDF-related features and provides all the required accesses for working on PDF docs.
Expanding a PDF Document
First of all, launch “File Explorer.”
Then, go to your desired file or folder having your document.
After that, apply right-click on your PDF file and then choose the option “Open With.”
After that, hit the tab “Microsoft Edge.”
Note: In case you have set your browser already as default PDF document reader, then once your double-click on your PDF, then MS Edge will expand automatically.
Once you finish the above steps, your PDF data will expand on the Edge browser.
Modifying PDF Form through Microsoft Edge
In case you have Microsoft Edge Chromium on Windows 10, then you can make changes like editing, filling, storing, and saving your desired PDF document through the Edge web browser. Follow these instructions to do this:
First and foremost, launch “Microsoft Edge” on your device.
Then, go to your PDF form.
Note: In case you have a PDF document, and you want to fill a PDF form that is locally situated on your device, then go to your file and apply it to right-click on it. After that, hit the menu “Open With” and then select the option “Microsoft Edge.”
After that, you have to fill up the whole form with the correct data.
Now, hit the pull drop menu to finish specific required fields.
Next, tap on the “Save” tab to save a copy of your filled form. Alternatively, you can hit the button “Print” to print the filled up form.
After performing the steps as mentioned above, the particular PDF form will automatically save on your system, and after that, it will print the relevant information related to your PDF.
Printing PDF through Microsoft Edge
Microsoft Edge enables its users to print PDF form or docs easily on Windows 10. Follow these instructions to open “Print” related settings on your MS Edge:
First of all, launch “Microsoft Edge” on your device.
Then, go to your desired PDF doc for printing.
After that, tap the “Print” tab to proceed.
Next, choose the printer by navigating the “Printer” menu, by which you wish to print your document.
Note: You can choose the option “Save as PDF” to view or save your document in the PDF format for future use.
You have to select no of copies, pages, color, etc. to print your document.
After that, tap the “More Settings” option to launch other related options like paper orientation and settings.
Now, tap on the “Print” tab to proceed for printing.
Using PDF Toolbar
The PDF toolbar is usually located on the top of your expanded document. In case, you are not viewing the particular toolbar, then follow these instructions:
Drag the pointer nearby the edge of your document.
After that, tap on the “Pin” button or hit the right button for expanding it.
If you wish to view various page related information, then navigate to the left-hand side of your toolbar. There, you will see doc page number m current page or number of pages, etc.
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