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March 23, 2018

PDFfiller an excellent way to edit your .pdfs

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PDFfiller is used in all areas of our company, it's extremely useful since it works wonders while editing .pdfs, adding watermarks and most of all changing documents that our clients send us that we need to alter. In the administration department, our analysts have to scan several documents and they usually need to merge them with documents from other departments, and the option to split or merge documents works wonders in this regard. Overall is one of the best pdf software there is and it is a must-have for any company in my opinion.
  • Editing existing pdf documents, such as editing texts and adding watermarks.
  • Merging .pdfs while working with different sources of documents and needing to summarize for a presentation.
  • Splitting .pdfs when you have to submit some documents but some of the information is not necessary for presenting.
  • It's a bit slow and too many requirements to return to the dashboard in order to start over
  • Overall, it has had a positive impact on our business, even though it might be a bit clunky or slow sometimes, it shines when editing a pdf and you don't have the source document.
I have used other editors such as Adobe Acrobat and, in my opinion, for the money Adobe costs, if the need is just to edit pdf I would go with PDFfiller. It is a really easy tool to use. It's learning curve is not that steep and it does pretty much everything I need from it.
As I mentioned earlier, PDFfiller is an extremely useful tool for editing .pdfs and is well suited for almost every scenario. If you created a pdf document and need to edit it but just for some bad luck you deleted the source document, then PDFfiller shines and lets you work on your pdf without the need to convert it. I don't see any scenario where it wouldn't be appropriate.