ONLINE DOCUMENT ANNOTATION
Annotate pdf, highlight pdf and annotate word online
Annotate pdf, word and many more documents with our online document annotator which is powered by one of the best annotating engines on the market and supports over 90 different document formats. Document annotation offers 12 different annotation types including text annotation, arrow annotation, point annotation and comments that can be added to any annotation. Just upload any document and you are ready to go. It is that simple!
1. Select document format
Leave Auto Detect to automatically detect your file extension or select document format from a list
Highlight text with our highlighter annotation as you do in real document.
Strikeout text with our strikethrough annotation.
Mark text with our underline annotation.
Text Replace Annotation
Replace text directly with our text replacement tool.
Select area on the document page with our area annotation.
Add text watermark at any place with our watermark annotation.
Text Redaction Annotation
Edit text with the text redaction annotation.
Free Hand Polyline Annotation
Draw all you want with our free hand polyline annotation.
Draw arrow pointer to mark anything on the document page.
Check and mark distance in pixels between two points on the document page.
Text Field Annotation
Add any text any where with our text field annotation.
Add point annotation to mark important elements.
Get started with ONLINE DOCUMENT ANNOTATION
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Select document format from a drop down.
Click on Open Annotation App button.
Click inside the file drop area or drag n drop file into it to upload file.
Click on Annotate button to open document annotation.
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