Muhimbi’s PDF Editor for SharePoint lets you add pages to your PDF directly in SharePoint Online or on-premises. You can add a new blank page to your existing document or import an existing document and merge it into the document. Then, reorganize your document by dragging and dropping your pages as desired.
Step 1: Opening PDFs and the Document Editor
Select a PDF from the SharePoint library and right-click on the three dots menu. Click Edit with PSPDFKit Editor. In the top-right toolbar, click the icon to the left of the magnifying glass to open the Document Editor.
Step 2: Adding Blank Pages to a PDF
To add a page at the beginning of a document, click New Page in the top-left corner of the toolbar.
If you want to add a page somewhere else in the PDF document, select the page after the place where you want to add a new page to your PDF and then click New Page. The page will then be inserted. Click Save to save the changes.
Step 3: Editing New Pages in a PDF
After adding a new blank page to the PDF, use PDF Editor to add text and images to your PDF file.
Click the T icon to add new text. To learn more about editing text, refer to the guide on how to edit text in PDFs.
To add images, refer to the guide on how to add an image to a PDF in SharePoint.