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Last post Author Topic: which is the most advanced pdf editor?  (Read 13929 times)

kilele

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Re: which is the most advanced pdf editor?
« Reply #25 on: February 27, 2013, 12:46 AM »
The best pdf to doc converter I have tried so far is VeryPDF PDF2Word,
you might want to try the free online converter or the shareware desktop version.

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Re: which is the most advanced pdf editor?
« Reply #26 on: February 27, 2013, 12:58 AM »
Microsoft Office Word 2013
Open a PDF in Word, and edit content just as if you created it in Word
-Microsoft
:tellme:
this doesnt work :/

They probably forgot to tell that the first document also should have been made by Office 2013.

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Re: which is the most advanced pdf editor?
« Reply #27 on: March 27, 2013, 09:03 PM »
Pdf Editor

http://www.cadkas.co...editor-edit-pdfs.php

I have used it for years

The best of the best of the best


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Re: which is the most advanced pdf editor?
« Reply #28 on: March 28, 2013, 04:33 AM »
Pdf Editor

[cadkas.com]

I have used it for years

The best of the best of the best

the webpage is confusing.
There appears to be different versions but I cant find any explanation/comparision of features.

Pricing is odd - ten dollars extra for the 64bit version over the 32bit one - that leaves a bad taste but I can understand the logic.

They give pricing for 'one concurrent user' - I presume they mean 'two concurrent users' - or maybe my understanding of use of the word is wrong? - Hang on, now I see the intention - 'one' means it can be installed on as many machines as you want but should be used by only one user at any time.

PS - are you associated with the programme rem1010? (and welcome to the site :up:)
Tom

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Re: which is the most advanced pdf editor?
« Reply #29 on: March 28, 2013, 06:38 PM »
pdf UGH !
I don't like pdf , its a bohemoth .
So I use Calibre to convert pdf to HTML .
..vm
"All things in moderation, except for love and forgiveness."

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Re: which is the most advanced pdf editor?
« Reply #30 on: April 18, 2013, 06:53 AM »
nd-alone program
foxit pdf editor used to be excellent for the job.
However, it is now part of their business suite which is the most expensive version.
It's still a stand-alone program within the suite.
Last I checked I don't think the installer created an icon for it and it was only checking the install dir that revealed it still existed.

failing that, probably adobe livecycle which is now a separate product from acrobat pro.

Im a foxit customer, I liked their lightweight applications.

I have seen with their phantom "suite", the software is becoming bloated.

Just take a look their version 5.

They started with a 96 mb installer and now is over 250mb for the version 6.

Anybody knows a lightweight alternative or just not upgrade?

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Re: which is the most advanced pdf editor?
« Reply #31 on: September 03, 2013, 12:38 PM »
just got this in an email: (deleted)
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-Wondershare
It should be noted that many people don't trust Wondershare too much.

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-email from Wondershare
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