Samsung S-Pen compatible PDF viewer/editor windows 10 app

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  1. Its_Just_Alec

    Its_Just_Alec Newbie

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    I recently purchased a Samsung Notebook 9 pro with s pen. The laptop does not appear to come pre-loaded with a pdf viewer compatible with the s pen.

    Adobe has limited to no options for drawing/highlighting/editing and unless it can discern the text is unable to highlight (for example if printed to or saved to PDF from another file type)

    Microsoft Edge has basically no function for PDF editing and consistently says editing is not available for the file.

    I tried the "S Note" app and it imports PDF's in extremely low resolution and I have read exports them in even lower - it appears to be meant for smartphone screens not laptops.

    OneNote doesn't appear to have any import PDF options

    The laptop appears to come preloaded with a screenwrite app that only seems to let you write on a single screenshot.

    I would like to be able to highlight and mark up notes on textbook pdf's offline. Typical textbook pdf viewers are not yet programmed to function with touchscreens or s pen (McGraw Hill, etc.)

    Any advice? Thanks!
     
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    rsalois Newbie

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    What the mixed messages have you given here. I can't claim for anything, but I hadn't heard any PDF software announcing S Pen support. I don't think that means no program supports it nor something, just no one pays much attention to that. You may try this out https://4000a-125-2-form.pdffiller.com/ As you might well suggest I don't have any S Pen, but I use such things while editing my manuscripts in PDF, and this very editor recognizes them well
     
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