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    Hello, Im Yolonda and I just started browsing threads here and so far I enjoy reading it. Looking forward to learn some more from all of you here. Glad that I have joined this forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slydude View Post
    Welcome to our newest members. Great way to start the new year. Lots of helpful, friendly, folks here.
    Yes indeed, thanks for the welcome

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    Hello everyone,
    I recently switched from a Windows PC to Mac (MacBook Pro 2014) and I'm completely happy with my decision. Can't even think about going back to Windows again. I came to know about this forum while performing a Google search about how to edit a PDF on Mac. This forum is very informative and I'm now glad to be part of this forum.

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    Welcome to the forums!

    So you want to edit a PDF. I guess that depends on how you want to edit it. Preview, which comes with OS X, can let you view PDF files and has tools to let you annotate them. If you want to outright edit the text in a PDF file, then you'll need a more robust editor. Adobe Acrobat would be the obvious choice, but that's big big $$$.
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    There's PDFpen, which is still pricey. I'd read up on the reviews of this carefully though.
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    Here's a good article comparing some alternatives. It's a little dated (2011), but should help you make a choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lifeisabeach View Post
    Welcome to the forums!

    So you want to edit a PDF. I guess that depends on how you want to edit it. Preview, which comes with OS X, can let you view PDF files and has tools to let you annotate them. If you want to outright edit the text in a PDF file, then you'll need a more robust editor. Adobe Acrobat would be the obvious choice, but that's big big $$$.
    Adobe Acrobat Pro for Mac | MacUpdate

    There's PDFpen, which is still pricey. I'd read up on the reviews of this carefully though.
    Adobe Acrobat Pro for Mac | MacUpdate

    Here's a good article comparing some alternatives. It's a little dated (2011), but should help you make a choice.
    The Best PDF Viewer/Editor for Mac
    I found a program called PDFelement to edit PDF files but still thank you for all the suggestions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabrina89 View Post
    I found a program called PDFelement to edit PDF files but still thank you for all the suggestions.
    Sabrina:

    I moved your post to this thread where it belongs since you posted in the wrong area. Observe our forum descriptions and post appropriately. You posted in our Community announcement and suggestion area which is for just that.

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    Hello to all,

    My name is Ray and I'm from Puerto Rico. PC gamer, PS4 player, MMA & Wrestling fan and now a newbie Mac user.

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    How's it going guys?

    I'm new to the Apple side of things.

    Bought my iPhone 6 plus on December 24th.

    And my Macbook Pro is supposed to be delivered on Friday.


    I'm an 18 year old, freshman in my local community college.
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