5 Budget-friendly PDF Editors for Office Worker

2014-12-26 03:15:49 / Posted by Jose Henline to PDF Follow @ Jose

As an office worker, many times, we need to deal with a ton of files, most of them in PDF format. Easy to distribute and easily converted into a variety of formats are advantages of storing files in PDF format, but there are a weakness of it, PDF file can’t be edit directly. Generally, we need to use other application to edit it. We've collected 5 of the very best PDF editing applications. Some of these are standalone applications, what they can provide is more than editing. And others are browser-based, so there's nothing to install or download; you can drag or upload your PDF directly from the computer and edit it. Whether you're looking for extensive editing power or just a quick way to edit your PDF, we have you covered.

Acrobat XI Pro

Adobe XI Pro is a family of application software and web services developed by Adobe Systems to view, create, manipulate, print and manage files in PDF. This application allows you to edit PDF documents. Adobe Acrobat XI Pro is more than just the leading PDF converter. It’s packed with smart tools that give you even more power to communicate.

Price: $19.99 per month


PDF Buddy is a powerful online PDF editor available: You can add text, images, signatures, and annotations, and highlight and white-out content. You can also store signature files and images such as logos for easy re-use. In addition to adding content, PDF Buddy allows you to split and merge PDF files, and lets you create shareable links to give others an easy way to fill out your PDF forms.

Price: Free


PDFescape is a free, online PDF reader, editor, form filler, & form designer. It supply a new way to open and edit PDF files online, PDFescape frees users from the typical software requirements for using the de facto document file format. Completely online, PDFescape requires no more than a modern internet browser and an active internet connection.

Price: Free

Foxit PhantomPDF Standard

Foxit PhantomPDF Standard is a PDF editor making editing PDF files easier. The PDF editor automatically identifies text boxes and allows users to paragraph edit within that text box. PDF editor capabilities include: adding text and link, changing type, style, size, color, and effect, replicating the text's style (font, bold, color, etc.) when copying and pasting text.

Price: $75.65


PDFMaster for Mac is the best PDF tool that assembles most all PDF functions, more than preview. It can help you to edit your PDF files – rotate, highlight, add comments, text, text box, sticky notes, and annotate PDF. It also can convert PDF to Word, Text, PPT, Keynote, Pages, HTML, EPUB, Rtfd, and image formats. Believe me, it is worth to be possessed.

pdfmaster pdf edit

Price: $69.99

All of the paid applications above are available for free trial, you can learn more details by using them. Hope this blog will help you to find the best PDF editor for you.

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2 Comments Leave a Reply

  • rudy

    I am a PDFBuddy user, i think i am gonna try the 5th, PDFManagerUltimate, it is free to try.

    4 years ago REPLY
  • Chad

    You really think Acrobat XI Pro is Budget-friendly? I don't think so. PDFManagerUltimate looks good.

    5 years ago REPLY