A PDF file reader is an essential program on any modern computer. Adobe Reader is the main actor in this sector but there are many other free options available. PDFedit, for instance, is an open-source program capable of opening all your PDF files so that you can read them, but it also includes the tools necessary to modify them.
A classic and easy-to-use PDF editor
The former pdfedit.exe file, now pdfedit.msi, for Windows allows you to access a program with a very classic interface that we're all familiar with, rather sober, and with a slightly outdated style, very similar to that of Windows 98. However, it's very easy to use its different functions by means of very recognizable icons and drop-down menus that will make any task very simple.
Despite being a program without any pretensions, that will never reach the level of the most complete developments in this sector, it includes all the options necessary for the average user:
- Possibility to edit all sorts of PDFs.
- Full-screen mode.
- Text selection tool.
- Built-in text search tool.
- Editor for bookmarks, links, content tables...
- Possibility to rotate or flip the page.
- Allows us to zoom in to the document.