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Images, Graphic Design, and Digital Photography Discussion of all things graphics.

No Illustrator *Editing a PDF file*


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Hi there,
I have a new mac and have not been able to purchase illustrator

I urgently need to recreate/ design a presentation using my previous files which are in PDF.

I was going to use Keynote.

Any suggestions on how I can utilize/EDIT my PDF files??

I am still on the learning curve of Mac so any suggestions, comments and help is greatly appreciated.

Any Suggestions on AFFORDABLE GRAPHIC SOFTWARE??

Thanks so much!
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Depending on how much editing you need to do, Inkscape might help tide you over until you can buy Illustrator.

Good Luck,
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hate to dig, as i see you want a straight up answer, but do you need and illustrator like program (aka: vector line art) or can you make do with a more photoshop/painter like program?

Edit: Download the 30 day illustrator trial off adobe's website!!
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Hi there, thanks for the reply!

I need to work on layouts and be able to save for print or web..

Any suggestions to get me through till the new year?

I had already downloaded the Illustrator 30 day and it is now expired I know I have to buy it but it's just not an option at the moment.

I just downloaded Inkscape.. I'm not familiar with it but I'll give it a try.

Thanks so much!
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