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Simple interface with all the tools on the tool bar, a really user-friendly design. I love it! It helps me to edit PDF file on Mac intuitively.
I can't believe it! I have been looking for and affordable PDF conversion/editing software for my Mac MANY months now, and this is it. Unlike all the other software I have tried, Wondershare PDF Editor for Mac just does what it is supposed to do, simply, easily, quickly, and well. And priced at just under $50, reasonably, too. The software I tried out most recently was Nuance PDF Convertor and PDF Pen Pro. It turns out that they're virtually the same - Nuance uses the PDF Pen engine. Both look really good in their tutorials, and sell for $99 - a real convert-off, because their UI's are cumbersome, they often crash at least on OS 10.7 Lion, and it's hard to get good-looking results. Not only that, it turns out that most of they do is can be done in Preview or Automator workflows/services, which are built into the Mac OS. I don't know how they perform in earlier OS's, but very frustrating in Lion at least. They do have OCR conversion, but it doesn't compare to ABBYY Finereader Express for Mac. And these two are just the latest in the list of PDF conversion/editing software I have tried out. Today I tried them again, editing a simple one-page form that I need to send to an insurance company for one of my patients. I had filled this out 2 months ago and there were only a few lines that needed updated information. It was a fillable pdf form to begin with, not a PDF image, so it should have been relatively easy. I spent a couple of hours with PDF Pen, Nuance, Preview, converting it to text with ABBYY and editing in Word, just to see if it was possible to do this simple thing. Nope. In Nuance and PDF Pen you can't even select a single word or phrase to delete or edit it most of the time, no matter how careful you are with the cursor, or using the keyboard shortcuts per their instructions. You can't delete at all in Preview. Conversion to text, even with good OCR like ABBYY, is time-consuming because there's a lot of futzing around with the formatting once you open it in a word-processor, despite the hype to the contrary. Finally, in frustration I googled "pdf editing software for Mac OS X Lion" one more time and found my way to Wondershare. Yeah, right, another wild goose chase, I thought, but not so. I downloaded the trial software and was able to accomplish in a short amount of time and close to zero frustration what I had not been able to do in any amount of time with any other software. Once I got used to the UI, which took me maybe half an hour of trial-and-error experimentation, it took me less than 5 minutes to edit the form, and it came out looking as good as the original. Sounds so simple and obvious you wonder why they aren't all like this: you can click on any text you don't want, click the delete button, and it's gone. You can leave the original underline untouched if you want, or not. Add a text box wherever you want. You can easily select exactly the text you want - any text - and edit it or delete it. You can modify the font or let the program match it for you. Line text up and move it easily. "Right-click" context menus grease the editing wheels (Incredibly, Nuance & PDF Pen do not have this basic function). Very fast, no crashes. A little bit of a learning curve, but not much, and not tech-y. Very intuitive if you are used to Preview. You may want to pay more money for more features, but if most of them don't work very well what's the point? This program works amazingly well and well worth the money.
After I picked up PDF Editor for Mac, my iPad ebook library exploded. I still prefer to read Mac-friendly EPUB for a smoother experience than PDF. With PDF editor for Mac, I can personalize and export 200 PDF books at a time and it's done in no time.
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