That's assuming they have and pay for MS Office though.MS office also has pdf creating built in. not tried to edit one with it but i've created many using it's built in creator.
Yes. LibreOffice Draw let's you edit PDF.@QwerkyPengwen Thanks for the suggestions but what i need is just a tool like acrobat that let me modify pages, add pages, add pages edit pdf.
@Math Geek Hahaha yeah i have office I need a direct replacement for Acrobat. Be able to create pages and pdf documents. Like merging pdf, adding pages, removing pages.
I think ill try that its pretty strange there is no open software equivalent to Acrobat. Do I have to download Libre Office completely or a specific program ill do it?Yes. LibreOffice Draw let's you edit PDF.
Don't know where you seem to get the idea that it doesn't after I just stated that it does lol.
I suggest trying it out. If you end up not liking the way it does things, or if there is a very specific thing you are trying to do that it can't do for you, then your other option is to try and use the free version of PDF Element by Wondershare.
I haven't ever used it myself, but it is recommended as a good alternative, however, that might be for the paid version and not the free version.
All you can really do is try it out and find out.
That's good to know ... I've been using Word for donkeys years and never thought to try it on pdfs. Thanks for mentioning that.so for the fun of it, i opened a 1100 page pdf in word. i was able to edit it any way i wanted to and then resave it as a pdf.
it will merge multiple documents and of course you can delete whatever you feel like. if you already have word installed, i don't see any reason to pay for something else. it works like i thought it would.