Editing pdf files is something that I have struggled finding the right software for. In my previous life as an admin assistant I always had to scan the document on a printer that had some pdf conversion software on it. That software sucked! It would convert the pdf to word, but it left it a mess. If there was any numbering or bullet points on the document it put the data all over the page. It was so frustrating. I would then have to go back in and reformat the entire document. ugh…
Tonight I’m surfing the web and stumble across some great software. Of course, I find the perfect software to edit pdf files AFTER I quit my job. Its Adobe X Pro, it’s not cheap..coming in around $180, which is probably why I never checked out Adobe for software when I was working (lets just say the boss held those pennies pretty dang tight). However, I think its worth the cost if you do a lot of work with pdf’s.
It looks like it has a lot of great features and Adobe is a pretty user friendly software so I have hope that it would work well. One of the features that came up was that the Adobe X Pro allows you to redact documents. Um, say that again, it does what??? So, because I’m curious by nature I had to research and figure out what redact means. In case you want to know, redact allows you to make your document ready for publication.
If you need to edit a lot of pdf documents you might want to consider the Adobe software.