People usually send us PDF documents when they want the documents to look exactly how they want it to be. What this means is, sending a PDF document ensure that the receiver gets it without any change to the font size and other formatting features. However, what if you want to make a few changes to the document? There is the need to know how to edit pdf files.
There are a few applications that will help you do this effectively and I am going to share them with you.
Apps that will help you edit PDF files
1. Adobe Acrobat
This is the most popular on the list. It contains a lot of tools that can help you create and edit PDF files. So if you’re fortunate enough to get an unlocked document, you can play around with those tools, and you’re good to go.
On the other hand, if you are not very fortunate and you get a locked document, you can copy the content and paste it in a new document. Ensure that you save the document as you edit.
2. Free PDF editors
There are a number of free editors available for you to select from. But from my little reading around, LibreOffice seems to be a good one. Open up LibreOffice, then go to File, Open, and select the PDF you wish to work with. When you go to edit the document, the tools you need will appear automatically. To save, select the PDF icon in the toolbar, name the PDF, and click Save.
3. Microsoft Word
Even though this is not a good option for editing PDF files with a lot of images and formatting, you can give it a try. If you have a text dominated PDF file, you can simply open it through word and edit.
In Word, you go to the File tab, click on open, click on a PDF File, and open it right up for editing, as if it was a Word Document. Note that this method works for only Microsoft Word 2013.
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