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    I know that Acrobat pro can create and edit PDF files, but is there any altnative PDF editor can edit PDF files?

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    How much editing do you want to do? Inkscape can edit a PDF but can only work on 1 page at a time.

    If you just want to fill in a form and you've got One Note (part of MS Office) then you can print to One Note and then fill in the form using One Note.

    If it's OK to work with it as a bitmap then Gimp can also open PDF files and edit them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Globle View Post
    I know that Acrobat pro can create and edit PDF files, but is there any altnative PDF editor can edit PDF files?
    I just came across this useful artilce '3 Smart Alternative of Adobe PDF Editors to edit PDF Files'. You may click here for reference. And I prefer to use the last one PDF Editor since it can help me edit PDF files freely just as in Word processor. Hope you like it too.

    Free download here.

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    Can't foxit pro do this?

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    PromoPDF works fine for us, just need admin permissons in the root of promopdf.

    Cheers, Rich

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    Quote Originally Posted by Globle View Post
    I know that Acrobat pro can create and edit PDF files, but is there any altnative PDF editor can edit PDF files?
    Hello, I am new here. But I would like to share you a nifty freeware. Do you have MS Office Word installed on your PC? If so, you can try AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter, it is free now. I have grabbed a free license and it works well indeed in converting PDF to Word doc so that I can edit PDF files in Word.
    My PDF files with complicated format, lots of images and hyperlinks are preserved completely in the generated Word files. BTW, it supports encrypted PDF files conversion.

    Just get the freeware here: PDF to Word Converter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick2134 View Post
    PromoPDF works fine for us, just need admin permissons in the root of promopdf.

    Cheers, Rich
    Primo or Promo PDF ??

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    Open source PDF Creator is the one we use

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