When Adobe created the PDF document (PDF stands for Portable Document Format), it hoped that it would be creating a standard. I don’t think they thought it would be as successful or as lasting as it has been. I also don’t think they thought it would foster the creation of so many different applications and companies that support the format with third party products.
It’s actually quite amazing. Everyone uses PDF’s now-a-days to create near source, identically-formatted documents for secure distribution to friends and colleagues who need the information, but (authors) don’t want/need readers to edit them. This is why I like apps like Foxit PDF Editor. It’s a PDF creating and editing tool for Windows.
We all need to create or archive professional looking personal documents, collaborate with teammates, design company forms, produce company collateral, finalize agreements, apply digital signatures. Foxit PDF Editor is one of the leading solutions for home/home offices, small and medium sized businesses, and large enterprises in this space. It comes in three versions to fit the diverse use cases that different users require.
Foxit PDF Editor Express is great for home/home office or business users. It helps you create standards PDF files. You can create PDF’s directly from MS Office with one button click; or batch create PDF documents from other common formats. You can also use its convenient annotation tools to add comments, notes and other annotations. Foxit PDF Editor Express provides a quick and easy way to get the job done.
Foxit PDF Editor Business is robust for the needs of businesses. Foxit PDF Editor Business expands upon Foxit PDF Editor Standard by providing the security that helps companies meet regulatory compliance and corporate governance for their important documents and archives. It ensures documents don’t change after they are approved. You can extend the usage control benefits of Microsoft’s Active Directory Rights Management Service to all your PDF documents. Author can control document features within each PDF, where they can certify documents and set permitted actions.