I am not a heavy user of PDFs but do work with them frequently.
Imagine my horror when my company uninstalled my Adobe Standard X and replaced it with some off-brand junk called PDF-XChange Editor Plus.
Well, seeing as I had no choice, I began to use the software.
The first 30 seconds of use I determined that maybe the program was okay so I continued.
That is when I realized that this program is VASTLY superior to Adobe.
I am still trying to figure out all that I can do to PDFs with this program and will likely be doing so for the foreseeable future.
Thank you Tracker. You Canucks are pretty sharp!
Top program!! The best there is.
It has helped me seal the deal on many occasions with signing pdfs etc. with it's ease of use features. I've over 30 years of computing, and this is by far the best pdf reader/editor, and this is coming from someone who has tried so many others before.
Canadians are the best at everything! Especially software development! This program deserves the equivalent of the Stanley Cup. Well, on second thought, Minnesotans might be better at hockey... but you canucks are better at everything else!
Initially I used the free version, but when I saw what was available in the priced version I just had to buy it. This product is really awesome. Thanks Tracker...
I've used the free PDF Exchange Editor for many years. Several versions back, it was useful if not a bit slow. However, with V6 there was a significant performance increase. I found the older version toolbar to be a bit much, but the latest version 7.0 toolbar is very modern looking and attractive. PDF Exchange Editor has continued to be refined and has become an indispensable tool for me. You guys really make Acrobat Pro look like a bloated overpriced pig. After years of using the free version of PDF-Exchange Editor, I am purchasing a license today. Keep up the good work!
After years of use, I was tired of the the terrible user interface of Acrobat Reader. Your software is a delight for me (using it for 2 weeks now) !
I have PDF Xchange Pro V6 and PDF Tools V6. Where is the documentation for PDF Tools V6, I have looked everywhere. I am currently using the documentation for V4 but there are a few differences. Also Make it easy to find documentation. If you don't search the web high and low you won't find what you need.