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Perfect PDF 5 Editor is most definitely one of the better PDF editors. Not only is it full-featured and considerably cheaper than Acrobat , it uses an attractive and logically arranged Office 2007-style interface which puts functions where you need them, when you need them.

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Perfect PDF Editor is One of the Better PDF Editors

Perfect PDF 5 Editor ($73, free demo with watermarks) is most definitely one of the better PDF editors I've tried. Not only is it full-featured and considerably cheaper than Acrobat , it uses an attractive and logically arranged Office 2007-style interface which puts functions where you need them, when you need them.

Perfect PDF Editor screenshot Perfect PDF Editor's Office 2007-style interface makes it intuitive to use.

Said functions include just about everything you need to spice up an existing PDF document, or create a new one from scratch. Design elements include text, images, shapes, and even form fields. About the only thing I found missing was the ability to place a signature field with date, time and other info. You may place a signature, but it's the graphic only. One exceedingly minor complaint: I always find it slightly annoying when a program launches Internet Explorer specifically as Perfect PDF 5 Editor did post-install, rather than the default browser (in my case, usually Firefox ). If you need the ActiveX support lacking in Firefox, fine, but it wasn't required in this case.

The Perfect PDF 5 Editor demo watermarks everything it displays and saves with a rather large, albeit attractive, logo. To get rid of it, you must of course buy the program. To that end, if you're looking for a cheaper alternative to Adobe Acrobat, this demo is definitely worth downloading.

Note: Perfect PDF 5 Editor is sold for 50 Euros. The price given here is based on the exchange rate when this review was posted.

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