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Having fun with PDFs

  PDF-XChange-Viewer-Pro Sometimes I want to make cosmetic changes to a PDF document I've downloaded. Usually it's a manual that I want to make notes or highlights on before I pass it along to someone else. I use a free program called PDF-XChange Viewer to make these changes. It makes it easy to highlight or strike through text. It also lets you add text to a form, which is nice if you print out forms and fill them in by hand. Adding arrows, stamps and sticky notes is easy too. Deleting any mistakes youv'e made along the way is as simple as a right click and delete.

PDF-XChange Viewer does require administrative level privileges to install, so you will need to contact the Help Desk if you want it on a  SCLS supported staff PC.


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