How to Enable PDF Editing for Adobe InDesign

Learn How You Can
Convert PDFs to Editable Adobe
InDesign Documents and More!



Video: PDFMarkz Quick Start

Quick overview of Markzware’s PDFMarkz product. In this video, see how to install
PDFMarkz and convert your first PDF to InDesign, plus how to extract the text out of your PDF.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XfjYm7Je3k


How To Install PDFMarkz

Double  click on the .dmg file.
This will bring up the PDFMarkz “Installer” window.
Now, Drag the icon onto the Application folder alias which will copy it in.
Close the window to eject the .dmg file.


Launching PDFMarkz

Take control of your PDF file with PDFMarkz, our next-generation of PDF conversion, preview application.
PDFMarkz enables users to edit PDFs in many other file formats that include Adobe InDesign.
When you start PDFMarkz, you’ll see a security message.
Click on “Open” to bring up the Activation window and the License Agreement.
Click on “Agree” and enter your email.
This should be the email you used when you purchased the product.
For your License ID, copy and paste it from the email you received, when you purchased.
Click “Activate”.
You will now see a “Successful Activation” screen with PDFMarkz information.


Convert Your First PDF File

Select your PDF file and drag to the “Drag and drop” area and let go.
PDFMarkz will scan the file and create a preview.


PDFMarkz Inspector Panel

To the right, you will see the Inspector panel.
The Inspector panel has information about file size, modification date, and number of images.
Images will show as missing, because they are not linked,
in the PDF file, but they can be extracted.
You can toggle this window on and off, by doing a Command-I.


Open & Edit PDF In InDesign

To Open the file in InDesign, click on the “Open in InDesign” icon.
This will launch the default version of InDesign, on your system.
The file is now open in InDesign and the PDF text is now 100% editable.


PDF Export Features In PDFMarkz

You can export as IDML, PDF, TIFF, PNG, JPEG, GIF, RTF and Stories,
which extracts the text out.


Share with your friends...Share on Facebook
Facebook
Share on LinkedIn
Linkedin
Tweet about this on Twitter
Twitter
Share on Reddit
Reddit
Pin on Pinterest
Pinterest

Related Articles

close-link

Stay Connected!

SUBSCRIBE
Close