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Working on PDF files can sometimes be gruesome especially when editing typographical errors, editing multiple times on the same file, and filling out forms without the need for printing.
When you are in front of a pile of PDF’s to work on, you definitely need a helping hand from reliable software like Infix, one of the savviest and easiest PDF editor in the market today.
Having tested this software, I could easily say that it works as it promises. Whether editing a single word, paragraph, or an entire page, Infix generally makes the process smooth, trouble-free and looking well as if nobody has ever touched it. You definitely can’t say it was edited.
Among the attractive features of this software include:
- Similarity to a Word processor – you can easily familiarize yourself with its user interface like it was your normal word processing tool.
- Edits just about anything – yes, you read it right. Text, font sizes, images and a whole lot more.
- Clean Editing – reflows paragraphs and columns automatically.
- It copies graphics and text between PDF files.
- Search and replace in one or multiple files.
- Create PDFs from just about any document via the document printing feature.
Infix is available in three different editions – Professional and Standard Edition and Form-filler (which is free). Learn how these editions compare here.
Infix works on the PC – Windows 2003, XP, Vista or Windows 7 (including 64-bit versions), and requires 512MB RAM, 1GB for Windows Vista/7. 1GHz x86 CPU, 60MB free disk space.
Infix is also compatible with Citrix desktop virtualization.
Mac users however can also enjoy this software on an Intel-based processor running MacOSX 10.5 or above, 200MB free disc space, 1MB RAM, 1GH CPU.
Portable USB version of this tool is also available for those who wish to use this software on multiple computers.
Try it for yourself and see how it could change the way you work on PDF documents. You’ll surely love it!