Master PDF Editor

Master PDF Editor 3.3

Advanced program for reading and editing PDF files
 
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PDF is one of the most important file formats in today's business management. It is simple, reliable and comfortable. But one thing spoils everything - it's really hard to edit and needs special applications to even read PDF files. That is why programs like Master PDF Editor were invented.

Master PDF Editor allows users to edit text in PDF, but not only that. With it you can access and edit images and page parameters with a set of advanced settings that makes it possible to tailor the PDF file to your needs. The program supports both editing and creating new files, adding or deleting custom bookmarks, adding control and navigation elements such as checkboxes, lists, buttons, etc. More advanced functions include splitting and merging of PDFs, converting them in various supported formats like BMP, JPG, PNG, and TIFF, adding a digital signature or ever file encryption for more safety. Special praise goes to a small, but highly entertaining function of changing font colors and sizes. For some reason, it's a rare thing for PDF editors.

There are many more features, such as converting rare service files into PDF or Javascript support. It looks like the developers were really trying to add as many functions as possible. Some users may even get turned off by this. But it would be a mistake: despite the abundance of elements, working with Master PDF Editor is not at all difficult.

The performance of Master PDF Editor does not disappoint. It does what is promised by developers, does not glitch or crash (at least in my case) and makes editing my PDF files a lot easier than it used to be. The interface is fairly simple, no need to study hours of training material, just launch it and work. The program is not heavy on the system and will not interfere with performance. All in all, I would give Master PDF Editor a glowing recommendation.

James Lynch
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Review summary

Pros

  • Easy to use
  • Great number of advanced functions

Cons

  • None
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