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    Anonymous commented  · 

    On August 27, 2020, Anonymous wrote:

    > "'PRO' does not = Tablet user." ...

    > ... Look for alternatives - and post them here....

    Although my perpetual-license version of Acrobat XI saves the interface frustrations and stiff ongoing license fees of DC, *both* versions have limitations that stopped me cold in attempts to edit a 200-page book - one that needed mostly minor - but important - tweaks. ABBYY Finereader (versions 14 and 15) likewise failed at what I needed to do; and although Bluebeam Revu could do the job, its complexity and high cost were more than I was prepared to bear.

    Enter PDF-XChange PRO + Enhanced OCR Plugin, a highly powerful, yet inexpensive, perpetual-license program that solved my longstanding problems with this book - literally within minutes of opening the file. Depending on the job, I still use Acrobat XI and FineReader 14 and 15, but XChange PRO remains my go-to Swiss Army knife for PDF editing. and publishing (http://www.tracker-software.com)

    Definitely YMMV.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    On March 4, 2019, Anonymous wrote: ... "If Affinity can develop the next greatest pdf editing tool - I won't let the door hit me on the way out. Just waiting to get the next big cost savings for my company by abandoning Adobe products altogether...."

    Regarding Affinity, see:

    https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/96796-affinity-replacement-for-adobe-acrobat-pro-and-bluebeam-revu-xtreme/

    https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/96559-changing-font-color-and-enlarging-page-sizes-in-existing-pdf-files/

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