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Last post Author Topic: which is the most advanced pdf editor?  (Read 11501 times)

kilele

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Re: which is the most advanced pdf editor?
« Reply #25 on: February 27, 2013, 12:46:53 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, 12:58:01 AM »
Quote from: Microsoft
Microsoft Office Word 2013
Open a PDF in Word, and edit content just as if you created it in Word
: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, 09:03:50 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, 04:33:32 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, 06:38:59 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, 06:53:51 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, 12:38:01 PM »
just got this in an email: (deleted)
Quote from: Wondershare
PDF Editor v2.0 + OCR Plug-in $89.95 Now $44.97 An Ultrafast PDF Editor You Can Afford ! Enables you to edit PDF text, images, and objects, add comments, merge, or split PDF files effortlessly and effectively.
It should be noted that many people don't trust Wondershare too much.

-now (September 2013) at version 3.0: http://newsletters.w...m/pdf-editor/2013q3/

Quote from: email from Wondershare
Good News! Wondershare PDF Editor has just been upgraded to 3.0.
PDF Editor + OCR Plug-in enables you to edit PDF text, images, objects; and add comments, merge, or split PDF files effortlessly and effectively.
An Ultrafast PDF Editor You Can Afford! $89.95 Now $44.97
With PDF Editor 3.0, you are able to:

   
  • Create PDF from over 300 formats.
  •    Edit PDF text and images
  •    Convert PDF to Word/Excel/PPT/Image...
  •    Fill, save and create PDF forms
  •    Apply digital signatures to sign PDF safely
  •    Add comments, markup, annotation and stamps
  •    Apply OCR to image-based PDF documents
  •    Secure PDF file with a password

With 1/20 price of Adobe Acrobat... http://newsletters.w...m/pdf-editor/2013q3/
http://newsletters.w...m/pdf-editor/2013q3/