Wednesday, December 17, 2008

PDF-XChange - View and markup PDFs for free

How many times have you wanted type your information into a PDF form rather than doing with a pen? It looks a lot more professional, fo one, and it also makes you look very cool. But you don't have the bucks to shell out for the full Adobe Acrobat, do you?

Now you can annotate and markup PDFs to your geeky heart's content, fo free, with this beauty. From the web site:

"PDF-XChange acts as a printer, but instead of the output going to paper in the conventional manner - it is captured and re-directed to create a fully compatible, Text Searchable, Adobe PDF File (subject to the source material being readable - image files remain non text-searchable). You also receive MS Office integration allowing extra functionality such as clickable Table of Contents (TOC) and embedded URL support (i.e. 'Click Here' style links) + Office to PDF - a batch converter allowing the conversion of Multiple files to PDF that are MS Office Supported formats such as .doc, .xls, .rtf, .html, .txt etc..."

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