A comprehensive and powerful all-in-one suite for PDF creation, document editing and printing, offering support for scanned image imports
|Version||14.0 Build 2 / 15.0 Build 1 Beta|
|Updated||April 22 2019|
PlotSoft L.L.C N/A N/A
|Crack Size||19.2 MB|
PDFill is a software application suite that allows you to fill in forms in PDFs through a user-friendly environment. Therefore, you can directly edit PDFs, instead of going through the trouble of creating new files just to add a few fields.
The app's wrapped in a professional-looking interface that resembles the one of Adobe Acrobat Reader, so navigation shouldn't be an issue to users who are already accustomed to the popular utility.
PDFill provides a few drawing tools. So, you can insert text, check boxes, radio buttons, combo boxes, list boxes and push buttons, as well as edit the properties of a selected object (e.g. font, blend mode, order).
When it comes to comments, you may use tools for highlight, sticky note, popup note, line, arrow, pencil, cloud and video play, among others. Plus, you can insert single or multi-line text, ink and images from external files.
Additional tools of the PDFill let you merge PDF files, split or reorder objects, add PDF information, create transparent images, convert PostScript into PDF, encrypt and decrypt files, rotate or crop pages, just to name a few. Plus, you can build a PDFill button into Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Internet Explorer.
The application suite needs a moderate amount of CPU and system memory, has a good response time and contains user documentation. We have not come across any issues throughout our evaluation, since PDFill did not hang or crash. Thanks to its long list of options, the program should please advanced users.
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