DocHub is the only destination for you when it comes to editing of PDF documents. DocHub has a Tool Bar that has most of the PDF annotation tools that you require to markup, edit and sign documents and it is very easy to use. The Tool Bar can be seen above an open document and when you edit a template. There are various PDF editor tools like Add Text, Draw, Highlight, Underline, Strikethrough, Comment, Whiteout or Redact, Stamp, Insert Image, Sign or Initial. You can select any one in the Tool Bar and click on your document for inserting the annotation.
You can mark the PDF with any of the tools as many times as you want and you will be able to edit, move and delete any of the edits after they are added to your PDF document. Snap-To-Gris assistance is turned on by default for most of the tools that helps you to easily line up your annotations perfectly with the existing horizontal and vertical lines in the document and also with the baselines of any embedded text. You just need to hold the ‘Shift’ key to manually disable Snap-To-Gris and use ‘G’ on your keyboard for toggling the auto-alignment on or off.
There is no doubt that DocHub has a large number of useful features. But still the errors that pop up on screen causes a lot of issue in the work of users. One such error is the Error 502. This error is normally termed as Bad Gateway Error Message. A user has specifically mentioned that he faced an issue while he was writing up and Adobe document. He keeps getting an error message stating bad gateway and he has also faced some problems while opening a document. The document doesn’t open at all. A user also mentioned that he refreshed the DocHub page for more than one time and still the Error 502 appeared on screen. If you are also experiencing the Error 502 while using DocHub, you can follow these steps to fix it by yourself –
- Try opening DocHub on another browser.
- Check the speed of your internet connection.
- Clear the cache and cookies of your browser.
- Contact DocHub customer support at firstname.lastname@example.org.