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Author Topic: Softmaker FlexiPDF now, 75% off, both Standard and Pro editions  (Read 164 times)

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NOTE: coupon code should self-insert, but in case it doesn't, the discount code is:
coupon: flexioffer

From recent email offer from Softmaker:


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Are you sad that you missed the last FlexiPDF sale?
Get FlexiPDF now starting at US$14.95!
FlexiPDF is your indispensable tool for creating, editing and annotating PDF files. With FlexiPDF, you can work on PDFs with the convenience of a word processor.

Until Sunday, we make you an irresistible offer:

FlexiPDF Standard can be yours for just US$14.95 instead of US$59.95.
FlexiPDF Professional is available for just US$27.95 instead of US$79.95.

 



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Pretty decent licensing, as it can be used on up to 3 PC's:


Licensing: This is a one-time purchase, not a subscription. You can use the software as long as you want.
Personal use: You and other members of your household may use FlexiPDF on up to 3 PCs.
Enterprise use: You may run FlexiPDF on up to 3 PCs used by the same individual.

I first came across Softmaker due to their inexpensive OFFICE suite (it goes on sale for approximately $14.99 from time to time. Sales are normally announced to email list recipients only).

Their office software seemed quite MS OFFICE compatible.
I think it was 2017 that Softmaker introduced their PDF creator/editor software.
I use FlexiPDF on  a couple of computers. Got tired of free PDF maker options, that bombard a person with Advertisements.

Only issue I had (and it might be fixed by now) is that FlexiPDF does not offer any sort of Automatic document naming.
By that I mean, if you create a PDF of a browser page or whatever, it doesn't auto-fill the PDF's Name field for you, like other programs will. Some programs insert the date+a number, others might somehow grab the document's Description and auto-fill with that.
(I just hate typing in, or doing a cut'n paste into the doc's name field. Just a personal annoyance).

 As a PDF program it seems to work fine.


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