Click on one to open the preview in Preview and see the PDF on that device. · Use your mouse to select documents. You can also tap the page's corners and drag to move the preview page. · If you don't have an existing preview app, you'll see one for each type of image. When you click on a preview, you're taken to the preview app or device where you select the document. · Try to find your favorite app, like the one for images, to open a PDF document on your Mac. For example, if you're looking for a photo editor, try the Preview app. When a file is opened in Preview the last time it was opened (it's on an external drive, etc). Do not open the file in Preview when you know it's going to open on its own later. May 21, 2023 — Download, upload, and share PDF files — Apple Support When you've finished working on a document, tap a page in the document and choose Open a PDF File. In the dialog that opens, make adjustments to the PDF (for example, rotate the page). You can then share the file to other devices. If you'd like to print the file, make sure the Print screen option is set to 'Off' in your printer's Preferences. Make PDF text and illustrations bold, italic, or underline — or adjust them to make your document look beautiful. Mar 22, 2023 — Open PDFs in Preview — Tips For some applications, you can open a PDF file that is already open on another computer. You can even print the PDF that's already open on a printer. You can choose your PDF editor to work directly on a PDF. Preview in PowerPoint If Preview isn't open on your computer, you can open the file in the same Preview app. Open PowerPoint in Excel To open a preview in Excel, choose File > Open > Preview. If you need to zoom in on a part of the PDF, choose Zoom > View. The file that's opening is the same as the file you started with.