In addition to all of the above, the “Edit” bar also contains several useful features for easier PDF navigation and sharing. Here is what each of them does.
Hand: enable this option and hold the left mouse button for a smoother PDF viewing experience.
Select: select any text within the document. This can be useful when you want to highlight or underline important passages.
Snapshot: copy any part of the PDF file to the clipboard by dragging a box around it.
Share: instantly send your work as an email attachment or a shareable link.
Insert Pages: insert new blank pages, import pages from other PDFs, or import a scanned or a clipboard image. You can access the same functionality in the “Organize Pages” tab.
Rotate: rotate individual pages clockwise and counterclockwise. You can access the same functionality from the “Organize Pages” tab.
Extract Pages: copy select pages to a brand new PDF, with the option of deleting the originals upon extraction. You can access the same functionality from the “Organize Pages” tab.
Combine Files: merge PDFs and images into one cohesive and searchable PDF.
Bookmark: quickly navigate to the pages you’re most interested in. Choose “On Current Level” to use regular PDF bookmarks, or add a subset of bookmarks by clicking “On a Sublevel”.
Compress: shrink PDF files without compromising on quality. You can compress both texts and images.
Attach File: add an external file (including another PDF) to your file – an excellent option when you need to add supporting documentation to a long-winded main document.