Is there any good freeware for editing PDF documents?
Sorry if I missed it but has anyone tried Nitro PDF reader (it is also a PDF writer)
It's free and , in my opinion very good!
Wow, I just used pdf escape and my life is about to change. I'm a Ph.D. student with literally thousands of pdf articles. I used to have to print any article that I needed to annotate. This is an amazing resource!
One more software is Infix PDF editor. Though it is not free, you can get a free license with a review. For details, go here http://www.iceni.com/infixLinkBack.htm. All the best.
how about pdfill at http://www.pdfill.com/ ? Looks it meets the requirements of offline pdf editor. why not try?
I use OpenOffice draw with a PDF editor extension and it works really well
What about for a MAC
foxit pdf editor
$ 99 is NOT free
I did the all of the research, & comparisons, &
THE ANSWER IS .. .
The OP asked for a free PDF Editor
If your link was to a PDF editor, wouldn't -
be called -
This program's exact name is
'PDF-XChange Viewer', yet,
make no mistake about it,
this is NOT merely a 'viewer'.
It has 'markup' tools.
And, not only that,
it has very many more markup tools, & functionalities,
than you will find in any similar product.
AND, IT IS FREE!
[Fat cats at Adobe don't need my money.]
I have tried it, &
it's the 'real deal'.
all of the screenshots
at the link above.
It can annotate, and highlight.
I use it too, however -
it is not the Editor that the OP inquired about.
+ PDF-XChange now offers excellent OCR for free. I tried some free pdf-readers and want to say that only PDF-XChange can replace Adobe as the best mode.
I would suggest creating a document with Word first and use the BullZip PDF printer to save the doc as a pdf.
you may first convert PDF document to word
mae edits in word and then convert it back to PDF
We had a small mention of PDF Escape before.
Then there's PDFVue and PDF Hammer.
Are you looking for an online or offline tool?
I would like a free offline PDF editor
A. O. Gutierrez,
A good free option for editing PDFs is PDFescape. It is a webapp currently in the beta stage. You can "upload files to view them, modify them, form fill them, and even create new forms." No logo, watermark, or other tag is added to your file. PDFescape is truly free. It allows you to add/whiteout text, move/delete pages, and add sticky notes among other things. There is a limit of 50 pages to documents (probably because the document has to be uploaded before it can be edited). You can use this service without registering, although nothing will be saved for obvious reasons.
Hope this helps.
I should have known that MUO had already covered such a thing and referred you to the article. Would have saved me a bit of copying and pasting from the website.