How to edit PDF files without Adobe Acrobat

With almost 500 million PDF documents on the Internet, it is essential to know tools and techniques that allow us not only to create but also to edit these types of files.

For that purpose, I leave you here a list of programs that you can use without having to acquire Adobe Acrobat.

1 – PDF Escape: Online editor for basic tasks. You can delete elements and add text, arrows and other default symbols.

2 – Becy PDFMetaEdit: Allows you to change the metadata of a file (author, document title, creation date, etc). It also allows you to add passwords to PDF files to prevent their disclosure to unknown persons.

3 – Stanza: Transform PDF documents into WORD files, ideal for those with much more text than images.

4- BCL Research and NitroPDF: They also transform PDF documents into editable files. They are two good options for files with tables, images, and other more complex elements.

5 – PDF XChange: PDF viewer that allows you to include texts and signatures.

6 – InkScape: Free vector drawing tool that can import and export PDF files.

7 – OpenOffice Draw: The famous OpenOffice tool can also work with PDF files, which is a good option for users of this Office platform. The extension https://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Pdf_Import_Extension is requiredGoes Labnol