With a PDF editor, you can make
major changes to a document, such
as adjusting content, layout, and
margins. Once in PDF, you no longer
need word processor or page layout
software to change the document.
Got a hard copy of a document
but no digital copy? No problem.
A PDF editor can allow you to
scan a document, and using
optical character recognition
(OCR), you can convert the
scanned image into text.
Got a PDF but really need the information
in another file format? No problem.
You can export your PDF into a word
processing, presentation software,
spreadsheets, or image file.
Collaborate on a document with
your coworkers - work together
on desktop or mobile devices
to access and comment on a
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A PDF editor allows you to drag and drop
pages of existing PDFs to change the page
order or combine pages from different PDF
documents to build a completely new one.
Create interactive PDF forms that allow
customers to click buttons and check boxes to
easily fill out and distribute. You can even
connect the PDF form to a back-end database
to enable even easier data collection.
Enhance existing documents with watermarks,
stamps, headers and footers — all from within
the PDF editor.
A PDF editor program allows users to enter
a digital signature, adding efficiency to
processes that require signatures, such as
sharing contracts with vendors.
Use your PDF editor to combine
different types of documents into
a single portfolio. Each document
will remain separate, but you can
present them as one single unified
bundle, so you can organize
different types of files for a
project in the same place.
that allows you to
control access and
users can perform
on a particular
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