8/31/10
9:50 am

Forum Question: Edit PDF

Gary,

I tried your recommendation for a PDF editor that is posted on YouTube but the web site that you mention doesn’t seem to have the product that you recommend. It’s possible that I may have missed something.

I have received a questionare from a church that is in PDF format. I want a PDF editor to be able to place my answers immediately after each of the questions. I have a Mac Pro 1st generation 6Gb Ram running OS X 10.5.8. What is your recommendation?

Thanks

— Don

Comments: 4 Responses to “Edit PDF”

    8/31/10 @ 9:50 am

    Can you help me out and tell me which video and what Web site is mentioned? There are 444 episodes now, and I’m sure I talk about PDFs in many of them.

      Don
      8/31/10 @ 10:03 am

      It is episode 166. You mention PDF10 (www.smileonmymac.com). PDF10 is not mentioned on the web site. I have also downloaded Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro, It will not allow me to edit a document. I have selected “Tools, Advanced Editing, Show Advanced Editing Tools” and the tools are available but If I select the “TouchUp Text Tool” it still will not allow me to insert or add new text; if I select the “Crop Tool” and select a word of text and press “enter” the whole page is deleted instead of just the selected text.
      Thanks Again
      Don

    8/31/10 @ 10:18 am

    It is PDFPen (Pen, not 10). It is the first product listed on their site. Try it, it works great.

    Karl
    7/6/12 @ 9:37 pm

    With Inkscape, you can select any object on a PDF page (including text, graphics, tables, etc.) and move them to a different location or even remove them permanently from the PDF file. You can also annotate and draw freehand on a pdf page using the built-in pencil tool. Best part is, InkScape is free.

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