How to edit the font of the current PDF document in Mac Preview? Apr 22, 2024 — I'm trying to change the color of the font when I select some elements in the Preview in Mac. I have searched online for “how to edit the font in the preview document. But, the answer I can't find so far. So, I have found the solution that I believe is the correct one and am just using Mac Preview in some ways. When you select “Open” from Finder, then choose “Applications” from the left menu, a new Finder window opens with the Documents window. If you have a PDF file opened in Preview, then you should see the Document window. Open the new Documents window and if you double-click on its title bar, the following menu should appear. It looks similar to this one: Click on “Open…”. On the next window, click on “Open”, then chose “All Tabs…” from the “New Window…” drop-down list. Then click on “PDF”. Select “PDF” as the extension of this “File” object and “Convert & Scan” as the option under “Extract to…” option. That's it! If you choose any other name for that option, then the file will not be opened in Preview. (This also works with other formats.) I hope that this can help you in making your documents look more beautiful in the next version of Preview. If I'm unable to see the option “Convert to PDF”, how can I edit or alter this PDF document? Jun 5, 2024 — I have tried doing it this way and was unable to show the option. It appears that there are some issues in macOS Sierra with the “Convert to PDF” feature. If this doesn't help, can you share the code for this post that will allow me or someone else to do this from a shell command line? I'll be happy to have a new file that allows me to change the color of the background in the document, so I can better use it in the future. I hope this is not too much work! When I click a note in Mac Preview to go back over it, what happens? — Unresponsive Note Mac OS X: On the notes' menu you have a “Move To” button. It moves the note to a different section in the notes list. You can also navigate through the notes on one page, by dragging/moving any note on the page.