I use Nitro pro which does the job very well though there may be others. There is I think a free trial version downloadable but whether it allows you to save or not is another question as they usually are limited.doctor Bob":rgmqxv30 said:I have a PDF of my new brochure, however it has a couple of spelling mistakes, I would like to edit these is there anyway I can alter a PDF document, or could someone offer assistance?
Yes OK, of course PDFs are editable with the software that created them, but I think you'll agree that it's unlikely most people will have the £317 Adobe Acrobat Standard, the £507 Acrobat X Pro or the £762 Acrobat X Suite - hence the third-party apps referred to above. And every PDF 'proof' I ever sent out or received during my 20-odd years in the imaging side of the graphics and print industry was indeed locked, for obvious reasons.RogerP":1c006bjs said:They are entirely and easily editable with the full Adobe Acrobat or Acrobat X Pro and meant to be so unless they have been password locked - and I doubt you've done that. They're not editable with the commonly used free Acrobat Reader.