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You can use online document editing tools to change nearly any type of document with ease. You simply need to upload your document on the website and use the toolbar to make the necessary corrections. DocHub has all essential editing tools enabling you to insert and erase text and pictures, add signature fields, annotate and highlight parts of the content, and more.
If you wish to send the edited file directly from the editor, you need to click the Share or send icon rather than Download / Export. Then you can choose the suitable sharing method: via a link, an attachment, or a signing request.
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