PDFEscape: Free, Easy, Web-Based PDF Editing

Posted: February 20, 2008 in Computer Related, From Me, Trivia, Tweaks
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Let’s face it: Not everyone wants to download Adobe Acrobat to manage and edit their PDF documents. When I was in grad school, one of our course requirements was to purchase a copy of Adobe Acrobat Professional, because we had to turn in research papers and case studies in PDF format. Thankfully I got a copy for free through my job at the time, but for those not so lucky there’s PDFEscape.

PDFEscape is a free Web app that allows you to upload any PDF document from your system or from the Web and gives you a wealth of tools you can use to edit your document, fill out a form, even manage shapes and text fields. It’s completely free, although you can pay for premium “credits” that offer more features.

for full details & downloads click here


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