PDF inking makes it easy to mark up documents, including signing forms and adding notes. Now, people using the Chromium-powered versions of Microsoft Edge can use PDF inking. Microsoft announced the feature’s availability in a recent post. The feature is available in all Insider Preview channels for Microsoft Edge.
To access PDF inking, you just need to open a PDF in a supported version of Microsoft Edge. Then, you can select the draw or erase options to mark up the document. Documents can be saved or printed with the inking included.
Right now, PDF inking only supports one ink color and stroke size in the Chromium versions of Microsoft Edge, but Microsoft states that this will expand to include more options in the future. The post lists three new features that Microsoft will add to PDF inking.