It's easier than you might think to send a PDF to your Kindle and convert it to raw text for easier reading.
Your PDF could just sit there, or you could use one of these free tools to edit, reformat, extract data, and more.
A Creative Commons license lets you share your work generously without losing your control over it. This clever beta program helps you choose the right license and attach it to your PDFs.
Add watermarks, combine PDFs, make printable booklets, and otherwise enhance your PDFs with this open-source program.
PDFill's three-part suit covers many PDF editing and creation needs on a budget. It integrates well with Microsoft Office for easy access, too.
Snip away the unwanted parts of your PDFs with Briss. It's free, portable, and open-source.
The Debenu PDF Tools menu has a variety of useful features even in the free edition.
PDF Stacks makes it very easy to find anything within your PDF collection. It will not, however, replace your PDF reader and other research tools.
Foxit Reader is free, it's lightweight, and historically it has been less problematic than Adobe Reader. If you're burned out on Adobe Reader, there's a lot to like.
McAfee said it has found a vulnerability in Adobe Systems' Reader program that reveals when and where a PDF document is opened.
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