Editing PDF files on Mac OS X can be tough, but a new product from AnyBizSoft, a Wondershare company focused on PDF solutions, simplifies the process.
PDF Editor for Mac, now in beta testing, integrates AnyBizSoft's existing PDF to Word conversion technology. It not only enables users to edit PDF text, insert images, and annotate on PDF files, but also allows users to convert PDF to Word on Mac OS X.
PDF Editor for Mac lets you: add, delete and modify PDF text; insert, crop and delete images in PDF files; edit bookmarks and properties; convert PDF files to fully-formatted Word documents;
annotate and markup on PDF files; and view PDF files in multi-languages such as English, French, Spanish, German, Italy, Dutch, and Portuguese.
Keycode’s giveaway program is held on AnyBizSoft PDF Editor for Mac Beta’s official product page (http://www.anypdftools.com/pdf-editor-for-mac.html). After downloading the program, users need to click Get Keycode Now button to find the get keycode area. By filling out the username, e-mail address and clicking Send me Keycode button, Keycode of AnyBizSoft PDF Editor for Mac Beta will be sent to user’s mailbox immediately.
PDF Editor for Mac lets you edit text in original PDF files directly within editable text blocks. You can edit restricted PDF files in Microsoft Word by converting PDF files to Word files. There's support for Microsoft Word for Mac 2008 and 2011. PDF Editor for Mac lets you drag and drop blocks of text to change the text layouts. When it comes to fonts, you can change the size, color and family.
You can add, remove or edit properties of the PDF documents, including title, author, subject and keywords. PDF Editor for Mac supports encrypted PDF file conversion.
When it comes to annotating and marking up, you can add sticky notes and text. You can add shape annotations, including arrow, line, rectangle, oval and polygon. You can mark-up PDF text with text tools, including highlight, underline, and strikethrough. PDF Editor for Mac allows you to customize annotation color, markup color, line-thickness, line-style, and more.
Supported image formats include JPEG, PNG, TIF, and BMP. PDF Editor for Mac also supports viewing PDF files in 12 languages: English, Turkish, Thai, Latin, Korean, Greek, Cyrillic, Japanese, Chinese, German, French, and Italian.
It's compatible with Adobe PDF 1.0-1.7. You can open 10 PDF files simultaneously. PDF Editor for Mac is a standalone product and doesn't require additional software. It does require Mac OS X 10.5 or later. Pricing for the finished version hasn't been announced.