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How to edit PDF forms without Adobe Acrobat

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April 22, 2012

Apr 22

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Do you get a lot of PDFs on your computer? Looking for a way to annotate without paying for Adobe Acrobat? Look no further- PDF Escape offers free online editing of PDFs. If you want a premium membership, it's $10.00 and makes the program advertisement-free.

The program includes the following:

PDF Reader
  • Open PDF documents natively in your web browser
  • Rotate & zoom PDF pages to preferred viewing style
  • Select text and copy PDF content to your clipboard
  • Search PDF text for terms & keywords with ease
  • Save, download, & print PDF documents
  • PDF thumbnail, bookmark, & link support

PDF online Editor

  • Add text, shapes, whiteout & more to PDF files
  • Move, delete, & insert PDF pages
  • Create links to other PDF pages or web content
  • Change PDF information tags
  • Encrypt PDF contents using a password
  • Add images to PDF files
  • Sign PDF documents using your scanned signature

Free PDF Form Filler

  • Fill out PDF forms using existing form fields or use text tool
  • PDF text, checkbox, radio, list, and drop down fields supported
  • Essential PDF field calculation and formatting supported
  • Basic PDF field styling properties supported
  • Quickly tab from field to field

Free PDF Form Designer

  • Add new PDF form fields to any PDF file
  • Style PDF form fields (font, size, color, etc)
  • Modify existing PDF form fields
PDF apps for the iPad

iAnnotate $9.99 - Take notes on lecture slides, annotating important business documents, revising screenplays, grading papers, and more.

Remarks $4.99 - Write down your thoughts, capture ideas and information, annotate documents and outline notes anywhere from class to sofa at home.

Vicki Windman is a special education teacher at Clarkstown High School South.

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