Oct 16, 2009

PDF Editor & Save Documents in PDF

Cannot edit your PDF files?

Try PDFill PDF Editor 7.0 which is free (but end product will have PDF Fill watermarks on every page) or the FREE PDFill PDF and Image Writer Free 7.0. The latter (PDFill PDF and Image Writer Free 7.0) is installed as a virtual printer driver and allows you to convert any printable document from any application which supports printing into a standard PNG, JPG, BMP, TIF, or GIF image.

I've tried it and it works well but there's the PDFill watermark in the background so your document may not look nice though. Download PDFill PDF and Image Writer Free 7.0 here.

The following is another PDF editor from Nitro PDF Software.


The following review was by CNET:

Reviewed by: Seth Rosenblatt on October 08, 2009

PrimoPDF converts just about any file type to a PDF, using the print command from the source program the file was created in. In the latest version, the program comes with desktop icon that you can drag and drop files onto for quick conversion, as well as performance improvements and minor changes throughout the program.

Users can now always save PDFs to the same folder, or opt to choose a new folder for each PDF creation. You can also Append or Overwrite an already existing PDF, and more easily create and edit document properties and PDF security from the main PrimoPDF interface. Publisher NitroPDF also claims that the program starts faster, and we did notice that it launched quicker than before--note that this was an empirical judgment, though. Primo's size has been reduced slightly to 7.38MB, and the new drag-and-drop icon also serves as a program launch icon, making it easier to manage the app.

The four conversion quality settings have been exposed upfront, too, so you can easily toggle quality settings from Screen to eBook to Print to Prepress. There's a Custom setting, as well.

The conversion process from whatever document is on your screen to PDF is quick and efficient. Other features include a password-protection feature that can be used for restricting reading, editing, or printing the PDF. However, trying to create a PDF while the interface was already open resulted in neither a new PDF nor a warning that there had been a failure. The interface also sports an ad for other PDF-related software made by Nitro that takes up half the interface. Those hitches aside, PrimoPDF is an effective tool for quick and casual PDF creation.

Sounds fun? Download it from CNET. Click here.

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