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+ - Solid PDF Editors?

Submitted by kayetech
kayetech (1513457) writes "My company is looking to cut costs in the current recession. One of the things we are looking at is software licensing costs. We currently use Adobe Acrobat Pro to create and EDIT PDF's. Not all of the PDF's that we edit were created by us, so we cannot rely on a PDF to be made into a form that we can fill out. I have been researching options, and a few programs have come up as possible replacements for Acrobat Pro: Fox-It Editor, NitroPDF, and Abdio PDF Editor. Has anyone used these programs? How do they compare to Acrobat Pro? Are there other programs that I am missing that are cheap and/or free that allow a user to edit a PDF whether it is a form or not? Thanks!"
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