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Use pdfs a lot and until sometime ago i would only install Adobe Reader would only allow to read pdf`s and search/print but not much more and to make some documents into pdfs i would install other software separately that would simulate a printer. That was until i found Nitro PDF.
This is most directed to enterprised because its not only pricey but you have the option to buy several licenses. But since not everybody has that kind of money, you can always get the trial version and try it out for sometime.
I found this because i was needing to create some pdfs and also wanted to combine multiple pdfs and images into one pdf and this does that.
Imagine the options you have on office word and this is almost like that but for pdfs. You will also have the add-on on office that will allow you to make a document into a pdf right there from the Office software you are using.
This is definitly worth the download and trial. If only they made a more accessible version directed to the regular user, i think it would be a big success.
<strong>What pdf software do you use?</strong>
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