YES. But first . . . let me ask you to consider why. What will you be doing with these printed documents that deems them worthy of the ink, the paper, and the time it will take to print them? If your answer is legit, then please proceed!
Is there a way to edit a pdf? An organization who wants to pay for an upcoming field trip sent the registration form as pdf. I can't fill in our info and just send attachment back. Is there a way to do this?
Hmmmmmmmm . . .
In the case of my teacher question above, I am going to say that the answer is yes. However, I recently had another teacher ask me a very similar question, but with an entirely different purpose in mind. She wanted to know how she could have her students type on PDFs so they could turn in their worksheets in Classroom. SCREECH! This is where I threw on the brakes and asked her to ponder this: what is so great on that worksheet that requires you to go to the effort of digitizing it? If you're looking for an answer to how to digitize a worksheet, then I want you to stop reading RIGHT NOW and ask yourself this critical question: WHY?