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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Edit PDF files without Adobe Acrobat Reader / Professional

Nitro PDF Reader enables you to view, and edit PDF documents. The program includes a variety of advanced features that allow you to add notes, highlight selected text, save PDF forms, extract text and images, type text directly into the document, and more. Other features include integrated PDF preview for Windows Explorer, support for image or signature stamps, internet access control and an option to create PDF documents from MS Office, HTML, Text or image files. Nitro Reader enables you to save all images contained in a PDF document as separate files to any folder or destination without modifying the original PDF file. Specify the format (BMP, JPG, PNG, and TIF), differentiate between color and monochrome with separate options, and use the Extract Images tool to create an exhaustive inventory of graphical content from any PDF file. With intelligent extraction, Nitro Reader can even choose the most appropriate format for each image.
 Nitro Reader offers a handful of useful tools and features when it comes to PDF creation. Nitro Reader offers PDF creation from over three hundred formats. The creation process is pretty simple. Users can just drag and drop any files onto the Nitro Reader desktop icon  to create the PDF files. Users can set and enter document metadata for the PDF document they are going to create. Users can also allow users to make comments on their PDF files. For instance, users can add simple notes, highlight texts, add text directly onto the pages, customize pop-up notes and so on. These features tremendously enhance users’ experience while creating their PDF documents. Being a free application, Nitro Reader never compromises on the security  aspect. This PDF reader cum creator does allow users to create and apply digital signature to the document created. Besides, Nitro Reader allows users to adopt some security approaches such as disabling JavaScript in order to prevent unauthorized JavaScript-based activity and malicious attacks.

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