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zeldalee
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Quote zeldalee Replybullet Topic: Edit PDF File
    Posted: 29 Aug 21 at 5:53PM
Hello,
I have used PDF Redirect for quite a few years. I wonder if there is a way to edit the text without using the expensive Adobe editor? I do know about adding pages but what I need to do change some text
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Quote Michel_K17 Replybullet Posted: 30 Aug 21 at 7:10AM
Hi,

Indeed, PDF reDirect is a PDF creator, not an editor. I use the FoxIt PDF reader at foxit.com which provides the ability to add text easily on top of the existing document. They also have an editor (which I have not used) but it is well reviewed. However, it is $159 which is still expensive.

One thing you can consider: The newer versions of MS Word will import PDF files, and then allow you to edit them. However, the import feature is hit and miss. Sometimes it works great, and sometimes not so much.

I hope this helps.

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Quote delite153 Replybullet Posted: 30 Aug 21 at 8:09AM
Originally posted by Michel_K17

Hi,

Indeed, PDF reDirect is a PDF creator, not an editor. I use the FoxIt PDF reader at foxit.com which provides the ability to add text easily on top of the existing document. They also have an editor (which I have not used) but it is well reviewed. However, it is $159 which is still expensive.

One thing you can consider: The newer versions of MS Word will import PDF files, and then allow you to edit them. However, the import feature is hit and miss. Sometimes it works great, and sometimes not so much.

I hope this helps.

Michel
Thank you Michel. Kinda knew it but needed to see if I was missing something :0)
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