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I have Adobe Reader 7.0, but not (I think) Adobe Acrobat. Whats a reputable, free, downloadable program for PDF editing?

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I have Adobe Reader 7.0, but not (I think) Adobe Acrobat. Whats a reputable, free, downloadable program for PDF editing?

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For editing you need to have Adobe acrobat, which you can download free (my experience is that if you download it will occupy 200 MB, but the authorised, they claim only 40 MB).

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what a person needs to install and they are free: adobe reader 9 33.5MB be sure and uncheck google tool bar if you don’t want it. adobe flash player activeX adobe shockwave player http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html look under downloads for all other item, at top of page TO answer question about PDF editing: http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/solutions/detail/edit_pdf.html This is the paid version Make simple changes to a PDF document without the source file or application Typos, layout issues, and other minor errors can threaten to delay your project. Editing the original file may be too time-consuming, or even impossible if you do not have the appropriate software and source files. With Adobe┬« Acrobat┬« 9 software, you can work directly within a PDF document to implement minor changes. Easily add or replace text and make changes to color, word spacing, character spacing, and text size. You can also move or edit objects such as images and tables.

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