You can also use it for printing and signatures in PDF documents or HTML document. It has a great interface and is a very nice user experience. Create PDF Form from Google Documents using Safari browser Posted on Sep 25, 2011, 12:48, Updated on Nov 11, 2012, 13:16 by G. Doron You can view Google Documents using the built-in PDF viewer. The default browser used to display the Documents file. But for some reason, Adobe Reader doesn't accept file extensions using the URL scheme (you get instead of ). Since I want to have a local copy of google documents I use Safari browser on Chrome OS, and it allows me to open the Documents on the website. Then I select the Google Documents from the browser's Files menu, paste the file and close it. PDF Manager for Chrome:Print, Sign and Scan May 6, 2023 — Using PDF Manager to print, sign and scan documents. You can also use it for printing and signatures in PDF documents or HTML document. It has a very nice user interface and is a very nice user experience. 1. Install and start PDF Manager using the official CDB installer, then follow the instructions on the screen. After the PDF Manager is started, you can start to use it without a problem. You can browse to any PDF file directly through the Menu, then select a file and select the option to print or scan. This tool can also add a signature to any document. When you choose an option, you will get a nice interface for PDF management — print, sign and scan. This is a very good tool, and I recommend it to a PDF specialist. Open PDF File via Web Browser — Safari Browser Aug 22, 2023 — To read a PDF file on your Chrome OS device in Safari is easy. You just open the PDF file using Chrome's browser, click on the document and view it. Download Chrome Browser Dec 19, 2023 — Download and install Chrome browser from here. Once you got started by using browser, you can start creating a PDF documents and save them to your Google account. PDF Editor for Chrome: Create PDF Form on the Mac Nov 1, 2023 — In the video below, we use the PDF editor for Chrome. You can read more about it in the official post here.