If you need to edit PDF files, but aren’t interested in paying
almost $200 for a big-name product, give Foxit’s PDF Editor a try.
This handy little program lets you edit PDF files, adding and
removing pages and elements, and tweaking text. It also does a
decent job at creating and editing graphics. The free demo version
adds a watermark to your saved files and displays nag screens;
registering the program for $99 removes these inconveniences.
One caveat: Foxit PDF Editor is not a full-fledged layout
program. For example, it treats all elements as graphics–so if you
try to resize a text box, you’ll get distorted type. It’s a good
idea to download and read the free manual before you get
Foxit PDF Editor is a good choice for anyone who needs to edit
text and graphics PDF documents. If you just need to annotate PDFs,
give Foxit’s free PDF
Reader a try.