Thursday, April 26, 2012
Do you use a PDF Editor? Have you thought about buying a PDF program? I received this great opportunity to review the Infix PDF Editor. I have had some fun playing around with it and it's great for making professional PDF files. This software is perfect for quick fixes to your PDF files that you have, but did not create yourself. It's user friendly to add, remove, or edit the text of your files, like the font, color, size or formatting your files. It works like a normal word processing software. You can edit all of your images really easy, making your images big, small or layered, you can also rotate them. Infix Pro includes tools for handling graphics such as grouping, hiding and locking. It also adds the ability to edit and create clipping masks plus a vertical ruler to allow easier object alignment together with grids, guides and page margins. This is a great software and I would recommend it!
Here's a look at the toolbars:
The first three toolbars and the status bar are shown by default, the others are hidden. All of the toolbars shown below can be shown or hidden by using the View->Toolbars menu.
About the Infix PDF EditorFast, flexible, flawless PDF editing
Infix PDF editor lets you open, edit and save PDF files. It’s easy and quick – you can change text, fonts, images and more. Unlike other PDF editors, it works like normal word processing software, so it’s really easy to use.
- Sort out typos: correct mistakes in PDF files quickly.
- Reuse your PDFs: edit any PDF, without the source file
- Use less paper: fill in forms without printing
Key featuresHere's all the great features!
- Works like a word processor: no tricky tools to figure out
- Edit practically anything: text, font sizes, images and more
- Keeps text tidy: reflows paragraphs and columns automatically
- Copy graphics and text between PDF files
- Search and replace: in one file or across several at once
- Create PDFs too – from any document: it’s as easy as printing
As you can tell this software does what you need it to do. So why not try it for yourself?
Who can use Infix?
As long as you can use Microsoft Word, you’ll be able to get to grips with Infix. Here are some typical uses:
- Updating leaflets and brochures with new prices or product details
- Deleting out-of-date pages from catalogues
- Editing a document when you only have the PDF, not the original file
- Fixing typos in print-ready files without having to output them again
But that’s just the start. If you need to edit a PDF, Infix is the best way to do it.
Infix also includes some features you might need if you work with print-ready PDFs, convert printed documents, or need to translate documents into other languages:
- OCR corrections let you correct text in PDFs that have been scanned from a printed document the converted automatically
- Industry-standard CMYK colour picker ensures the colours you choose on the screen print accurately on paper too.
- Translation tools allow you to export your PDF as XML, translate with your own translation tools then import and reflow the translated text back into the PDF.
A product sample was received for review. I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting. The opinions expressed are my own and were NOT influenced in any way.