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PDF Annotator for 51% off – This Wednesday 10/15

boxshot_sm Been holding off purchasing an application to mark up a PDF Document on your Tablet PC?  Well, if that’s the case, maybe this Wednesday will be the time to purchase.  GBM Forum member loyukfai just received a promotional e-mail with a link to get PDF Annotator at 51% off the normal $69.95 price!  That makes this application $34.95 for one day only.  It’s not today, so don’t rush over there expecting to buy just yet. Wait till Wednesday to get the deal!!

Some Features:

  • Add annotations – comments, corrections, signatures, notes, highlighting, even designs and drawings – to any PDF file.
  • Save annotations in the original file. Share them with coworkers, email them to partners – no special software is needed to see the annotations.
  • Use with any PC input method. Keyboard your comments, paste in images (like a scanned signature or any other graphic), use a stylus or drawing tablet if you have them.
  • Remove all comments, changes and annotations with just one click. Restore your files to their original state at any time.
  • Put comments on top of text, in the margins, even on blank pages that you insert to get more space for your comments.
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3 Comments

  1. davidm

    10/13/2008 at 3:10 pm

    The fact that PDFs require a special application for annotations is a travesty. Adobe does not deserve to own this standard.

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  2. loyukfai

    10/13/2008 at 7:08 pm

    AFAIK, the PDF format is open and (properly) documented.

    But that doesn’t necessarily mean there will be a free application out there for editing PDF files.

    OTOH, there is indeed at least one – PDF-XChnage Viewer (http://www.docu-track.com/home/prod_user/PDF-XChange_Tools/pdfx_viewer). It may not be as powerful as PDF Annotator and Bluebeam, but you can make and save basic edits without bringing in some big “trial” stamps with it.

    Together with PDFTK Builder (portable version here: http://portableapps.com/apps/office/pdftk_builder_portable) and a PDF printer (e.g. PDFCreator), you have a working and free of charge PDF suite.

    This gentleman (http://www.angusj.com/pdftkb/) has a page written about this as well. But he prefers doPDF as the PDF printer instead.

    Cheers.

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  3. Matt

    10/13/2008 at 8:40 pm

    this is a test for e-mail notification

    Reply

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