March 15, 2010

PDFescape: The PDF editor I’ve been dreaming of!

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Oh, I’m thrilled! I just found a PDF tool that allows you to add text, notes, form fields and more to existing PDFs. I’m often frustrated when my clients send me PDFs to edit because I have to do screenshots with Jing page by page. Don’t get me wrong — I adore Jing, but the process takes forever.

But PDFescape lets you upload a PDF and add all the notes you need without having to have Adobe Acrobat, which costs hundreds of dollars.

This find is definitely my favorite of 2010.

PDFescape – Free PDF Editor & PDF Form Filler – Your Free Online PDF Reader, Editor, Form Filler, Form Designer, Solution.


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  • Hi Beth – can you print to this to make a word doc a pdf? Like the old Adobe distiller? I guess I should d/l it and see for myself. 🙂 Thanks for the suggestion.

    • Hmmm. Not sure about that functionality. I have an add-in to Word that turns Word docs into PDFs with Save As. It rocks.

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