Can I Import PDF to Figma?

The growing popularity of Figma as a design and prototyping tool has made it easier for designers to share and collaborate on their projects. However, there has been an ongoing question among designers – can they import PDFs into Figma?

The simple answer is yes, you can indeed import PDFs into Figma. This can be done in just a few easy steps.

To start, open the file browser in Figma. This is usually located at the top left corner of the screen. Once opened, select “import” from the dropdown menu.

This will open a new window where you can browse for your PDF file. After selecting your PDF file, click “Open”. Your file will then appear in your canvas view.

Next, you will need to adjust the size of your PDF on the canvas view. To do this, select the “Arrange” option from the top menu bar.

From here, you can adjust the width and height of your PDF to fit your design needs. When finished adjusting size of your PDF on the canvas view, click “Done”.

Finally, if you would like to edit or annotate your PDF within Figma, select “Edit” from the top menu bar. This will open up a new window where you can make changes to text or images within your PDF file.

Once finished with making edits or annotations to your PDF file in Figma click “Save & Close”.

Conclusion: In conclusion, importing a PDF into Figma is possible and relatively straightforward with just a few easy steps. With this method designers are able to make edits and annotations within their documents in order to create more effective designs that meet their specific needs more efficiently and effectively than ever before!