If you work with a computer, you’ve got to deal with PDF documents. They’re so common, in fact, that any small amount of improvement in terms of workflow adds up to big gains in productivity.
That’s why we’ve always been fans of PDFelement. As the leading alternative to Adobe Acrobat, it offers top-notch features in a simple package. PDFelement just launched a new version, so we took it for a spin to see what’s changed.
PDFs are an increasingly common way to share documents of all kinds. From resumes to photo albums or even entire e-books, PDFs are as universally recognized as Word documents are. But unfortunately, unlike standard text documents, they are not easy to edit. To really fine-tune your PDFs, you’ll need to use the right PDF-editing software.
PDFs are the go-to format for documents of all kinds. They’re convenient and make everything from forms to novels look great. But many people know that PDFs can be a real pain if you’re doing anything but reading them.
This post is presented by Wondershare, maker of PDFelement.
What happens when you’re about to send an important PDF, only to spot a typo? If it was a Word document, you could just open it up, zap the offending letters, save and send. But with a PDF, it’s not so easy — if you don’t have the right software.
That’s why an app like PDFelement for Mac is a potentially invaluable part of anyone’s digital document toolkit. With it, you can edit, add and delete text in a PDF as easily as you would a Word document. Here’s how it works.
This post is brought to you by Wondershare, maker of PDFelement.
If you work with a computer (which, since you’re here, is likely), you have to deal with PDFs. And while PDFs are a great and reliable way to send forms, presentations and contracts — basically anything that can be read or written on — they’re not exactly flexible. In order to edit, add to, remove from, or otherwise alter them, you might think your options are limited to pricey software from Adobe.